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April 6th, 2005
Konarka and Evident have formed a nanotech alliance to develop novel materials that could in the future power 'intelligent' forms of packaging.
The two US firms believe that the development of high performance coatable and printable plastic solar cells could eventually be used to power intelligent packaging in the future.
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