Levitating graphite discs that spin when exposed to light could be a new way to harness solar energy
An ongoing international row over the market for solar panels is spilling over into the supply chain
Can dye-sensitised solar cells compete with silicon and emerging alternatives? Phillip Broadwith investigates
New all-solid state solar cell design proves to be efficient, robust and easy to produce
Scientists in China have found a cheaper and more efficient alternative to commercial electrodes in fountain pen ink.
No longer valued simply for its glamour and durability, diamond is turning its hand to applications in solar power, laser design and bionic eyes. James Mitchell Crow reports
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