MIT researchers develop thinnest, lightest solar cells ever made

February 29, 2016 by  
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MIT researchers have produced what they believe is the thinnest, lightest solar cell ever produced , capable of being installed on almost any surface or device. In lab tests, the new process results in a super-thin solar cell that is so light it can be placed on the surface of a soap bubble without causing the bubble to burst. Although the technology is still years away from commercial production, this breakthrough could one day lead to a world without cell phone charging cables, and give us the ability to power nearly any portable device with a built-in solar array without adding substantial weight or bulk. Read the rest of MIT researchers develop thinnest, lightest solar cells ever made

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MIT researchers develop thinnest, lightest solar cells ever made

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