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Corralling Ions Improves Viability of Next Generation Solar Cells
Researchers have discovered that channeling ions into defined pathways in perovskite materials improves the stability and operational performance of perovskite solar cells. The finding paves...
Integrating Robotics, Materials Science to Capture Solar Energy
In developing more effective solar panels cells, NC State researchers are establishing more inclusive, accessible ways to do science. This important work was made possible thanks to the support of the Carbon Electronics Cluster.
Printing Perovskite Single Crystals for Photonics
A new paper co-authored by Tony, a Ph.D. student in MSE, will appear in Advanced Materials(link here), a premier journal in our field. About the...
New Technique Boosts Efficiency, Sustainability of Large-Scale Perovskite Solar Cells
The technique will reduce the cost and improve the performance of mass-produced perovskite solar cells.
Two Carbon Electronics Cluster Members Named to Highly Cited List
The cluster, part of the Chancellor’s Faculty Excellence Program, is also adding two new members in January.
Powering the Future (Generation)
Article by Niki Jennings, NC State MSE Communications Specialist On July 23, 2021, the North Carolina Science Olympiad and sponsor Wolfspeed—formerly Cree | Wolfspeed —...