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Lund based Sol Voltaics recently won the regional final to enter straight into the 33-list. The Nanometer Structure Consortium spin out company utilizes nanowires to increase the efficiency of solar panels by 25%, making solar...[more]


On Friday February 15th 2013 at 14:00, Karla Hillerich defended her thesis: "Influence of Seed Particle Material, Preparation, and dynamics on Nanowore Growth" in Rydbergsalen of the Department of Physics. The opponent...[more]


The project “Nanowirebased solar cells for realization of cheap, renewable energy” was recently funded by the Swedish Energy Agency with 9 million SEK over four years. The aim of the project is to develop high efficiency solar...[more]


In the latest issue of Science issued today, nmC@LU researchers and colleagues from the AMON-RA project show for the first time that nanowire solar cells may be a real player on the green energy market. They demonstrate 13.8%...[more]


On Friday January 18th 2013 at 10:15, Jesper Wallentin will defend his thesis: "Doping of semiconductor nanowires" in Sal B of the Department of Physics. The opponent will be professor Yi Cui from Stanford University.[more]

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