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Friday 22nd April 2016
The Goal: Make solar cells cheaper by eliminating silver and lead from manufacturingVanessa L. Pool, a postdoctoral researcher at SLAC’s Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource, with an instrument used to observe how a solar cell’s silver contacts form during high-temperature manufacturing. (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)
Friday 22nd April 2016
Dr Kruk next to a diagram of the metamaterial structure. Image Stuart Hay, ANU
Friday 22nd April 2016
A streamlined procedure for assembling the active components of PV devices from inexpensive metals could boost their economic prospects.
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Monday 18th April 2016
Illustration of the initial charge transfer step in a dye sensitized solar cell. A photon from the sun is absorbed and excites the dye molecule. Subsequently, an electron can is injected into the ZnO-Layer where it can be trapped by so called interface-states. Credit: Mario Borgwardt/HZB
Monday 18th April 2016
  Top: A normal perovskite crystal (left) bends and twists after being squeezed between two diamonds. Bottom: The orange perovskite crystal changes color as pressure is applied, indicating that different wavelengths of light are being absorbed. (Adam Jaffe and Yu Lin)

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