REN Research Featured in ACS Nano

Monday, September 3, 2012

Our Nano-Carbon Photovoltaic research has led to “an exciting advance in solar cell technology,” which has featured in the Oct. 9 issue of ACS Nano. These carbon nanomaterial PV panels “could advance solar technology because they are made from cheap, easy-to-get and environmentally sustainable carbon materials, have high optical absorption and much better photostability — meaning their performance doesn’t degrade after exposure to sunlight.”   
See:  KU news article,  ACS Nano article, Nanowerk Spotligh,t R&D Magazine article, Phys Org article, World News article

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