Scientists have combined physics and photosynthesis to create highly efficient solar cells.
2D nanomaterial breakthrough comes our way as scientists learn more about them.
A team of engineers from South Korea develops flexible and ultra-thin solar cells that can power smart glasses, fitness trackers and other wearable technology.
Scientists may have created solar cells that are so thin, flexible and lightweight that they rival a soap bubble.
A newly made solar panel material can reduce photovoltaic costs and increases efficiency by up to 20.2 percent.
Researchers at the University of Liverpool have created a new semiconductor material for solar cell technology using zinc tin nitride, paving the way for the new material to be considered for solar cell applications.
Tiny, photosynthetic power cells may be the green energy source of the future. A novel micro-technology can capture the electrical power generated by the photosynthesis and respiration of blue-green algae.