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January 25th, 2007
In a basement laboratory here at the University of Minnesota, a group of researchers can see the future of energy in the invisible particles of a new kind of solar cell.
Prof. Eray Aydil and his team of scientists are using nanotechnology - a process that can involve material one-millionth the width of a head of a pin - to make a more efficient cell for turning the sun's rays into electricity.
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