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October 16th, 2006
Nanotechnology Solar Energy Initiative
ASU scientists Rudy Diaz and Stuart Lindsay will lead a research group on a three-year, $1.1 million grant from the National Science Foundation for an innovative project designed to break through the current technological hurdles of solar energy.
The team's goal is to create tiny, nanoscale devices for higher efficiency solar energy and photonics applications. This so-called 'bottom up' approach to nanotechnology promises to take on the challenges of solar energy research by building devices atom by atom...
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