A California-based company that liquid-processes light-absorbing materials (other than silicon) into nano-size particles for so-called solar ink, and was founded by Brian Korgel, Matthew Van Winkle Regents Professor in Chemical Engineering, said its technology is only three to five years from becoming a reality. Spun out of The University of Texas at Austin, Innovalight has …
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