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March 13th, 2006

Cal grad student working on thin solar panel

Abstract:
"In 50 years, if everything goes on business as usual, CO2 levels will be twice as high," said Paul Alivisatos, who is Gur's mentor and leads the lab's nanotechnology group. "That is a problem we have in society right now. I think the important issue is for people to see this. It's not really a political issue. It's a technological issue that has a real solution if we decided to pursue it."

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