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3.21.2014

Han Solar: A Short Film on Thin Film Solar Cells

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10.22.2013

Resolution Limits of Electron-beam Lithography Pushed Towards the Atomic Scale

 

6.20.2013

Pushing the Limits of Solar Cells - podcast from the Museum of Science, Boston, MA

5.30.2013

Science 360 - The Knowledge Network - Featured Video, "How Solar Panels Work"

How Solar Panels Work

 

5.22.2013

Atomic-Scale Investigations Solve Key Puzzle of LED Efficiency

 

5.14.2013

Secret of efficient photosynthesis: MIT researchers find that the key to purple bacteria's light-harvesting prowess lies in highly symmetrical molecules.

 

04.18.2013

New Solar Cell Tech Generates 2 Electrons from 1 Photon

TechNewsDaily

New Coating could enable major boost in solar-cell efficiency

Phys.org

Solar Cell Could Dramatically Improve Energy Harvest

LiveScience.com

 

02.28.2013

"The Exciting World of Excitons"

 

02.25.2013

Startup Engineers See-Through Solar Cells

A spectrally selective approach could let tablets, e-readers, and windows turn light into power.

 

01.23.2013

Capturing energy from the sun: lessons from nature

 

10.29.2013

How Solar Panels Work

How Solar Panels Work

 

09.04.2012

Under the OWASS Spotlight: interview of Paul Azunre, PhD candidate and Research Assistant, by Opoku Ware High School, Ghana

 

08.15.2012

Researcher Spotlight: Dye nanotubes as a means of harvesting light

 

06.27.2012

NANOTECHNOLOGY'S June publisher's pick

article Using seed particle composition to control structural and optical properties of GaN nanowires

lab talk  - Seed particles govern nanowire growth and properties

interview with lead author, Xiang Zhou

04.20.2012

Researcher Spotlight: Nanofabrication at the molecular scale  (Para Tradução Português)

 

02.27.2012

Nanoparticles shine with customizable color

nanoparticles

 

02.23.2012

A new twist on nanowires

Technology developed at MIT can control the composition and structure of these tiny wires as they grow

 

01.03.2012

Researcher Spotlight: "Using high and low energy parts of the spectrum more efficiently"

 

12.14.2011

"A glow of recognition - New detectors developed at MIT could provide easy visual identification of toxins or pathogens"

11.15.2011

Researcher Spotlight: Seeing the invisible - Capturing single photons in the infrared

 

May 19, 2011

2011 NanoDays: Quantum Magic - Moungi Bawendi

 

05.12.2011

MIT Profs. Turn Windows Into Electricity-Generating Solar Panels (WBZ-TV)

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04.27.2011

MIT Researchers Vladimir Bulovic and Richard Lunt Develop Transparent Solar Cell Allowing for Possibility of Solar Windows and Paint

 

04.22.2011

Winners of the Life at the Frontiers of Energy Research Video Contest

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04.20.2011

Transparent Photovoltaic Cells Turn Windows Into Solar Panels

04.20.2011

Power up with windows

04.16.2011

Glass-like Solar Cells Set Stage for Power-producing Windows

04.15.2011

Turning windows into powerplants

07.12.2010

An Introduction to Quantum Dots Part 1, Part 2

05.28.2010

Excitons

10.23.2009

President Obama lights up MIT

10.06.2009

The Role of Intermolecular Coupling in the Photophysics of Disordered Organic Semiconductors

09.29.2009
Quantum Dimension of Photosynthesis Revealed by Angular Resolved Coherent Imaging
Professor Ian Mercer

09.29.2009
MIT Scientist Explains OLEDs by Electrocuting a Pickle

07.10.2009

Professor Vladmir Bulovic on OLED Displays

05.20.2009

Overcoming the Exciton Diffusion Bottleneck in Organic Photovolatic Cells

Professor Russell Holmes

04.27.2009

Professor Marc Baldo and collaborators have been named recipients of DoE EFRC award

PRESS RELEASE

12.18.2008
Idle computing power may ID candidate molecules for efficient solar panels

09.03.2008
MIT probe could aid quantum computing: spectroscopy with amplitude

08.19.2008
Intensifying the Sun: A new way to concentrate sunlight could make solar power competitive with fossil fuels

08.14.2008
Building microchips from the bottom up: MIT develops novel self-assembly method that could break size barrier

07.11.2008
Solar Panels to Dye For: Scientists show that cheap chemical dyes may lead to efficient conversion of the sun's energy

07.11.2008
New windows double as solar panels

07.11.2008
Solar dyes give a guiding light

07.10.2008
A Better Solar Collector: A more efficient way to concentrate sunlight could reduce the cost of producing solar power

07.10.2008
MIT opens new 'window' on solar energy: Cost effective devices expected on market soon

05.30.2008
MIT develops a 'paper towel' for oil spills: Nanowire mesh can absorb up to 20 times its weight in oil

11.21.2006
MIT math model could aid natural gas production

11.17.2006
MIT chemist studies how electrons behave: New spin on electrons could improve lights, other devices

09.27.2006
MIT laser method unveils ultrafast photochemical reactions

06.30.2006
Nanotechnology 'fertile' for energy breakthrough

04.20.2005
MIT scientists improve explosives detection

 

 

 


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