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  • The future of "solar ink": Q&A with Brian Korgel

    The future of "solar ink": Q&A with Brian Korgel

    By Marjorie Smith
    Published: Jan. 12, 2010

    Dr. Brian Korgel, the Temple Professor No. 1 and Matthew Van Winkle Regents Professor in Chemical Engineering, talks about solar ink, its potential for commercialization and how manufacturing a solar cell could be like printing a newspaper.

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      RODNEY CLINCH said on Feb. 29, 2012 at 5:42 p.m.
      If i can ask the question when do see a product for install or manufacture for the everyday home owner. by the way your info has reached the best part of the world _western australia , this is where we get at least 10 -12 hours of sunlight per day over summer time , a good 8 hours in winter. look forward to your advancement on the ink idea.discovered this via readers digest .
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      Dan Betancourt said on Oct. 12, 2011 at 7:40 p.m.
      For a Long time I was thinking off that, I will be glad to participate, for example a instal a flexible pannel attached on the roof on mi Van, but I was thinking that good not lock nice and making a Paste of Silicon like the semiconductores and plakes that offers a good conversion, An a earlyer time a was looking for a Dielectric that converts not only the sun light and the heat, some like, let me know if, i contribute with some...