NCSU Creates 'Nanoscale Sandwich' for Thinner Solar Cells
June 27th, 2012
An article featured on WRALTechWire describes Dr. Linyou Cao's research on thin-film solar technology. This research could lead to thinner, more efficient solar cell technology, using current manufacturing methods to create a completely different product with a wide array of applications.
The article (link below) was published to WRAL's website on June 25th, 2012.
The original paper, entitled "Dielectric Core-Shell Optical Antennas for Strong Solar Absorption Enhancement", can be found here.
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