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Genetically-Engineered Photovoltaic

Scientists at the University of Tel Aviv are using genetically engineered photosynthesizing proteins to make solar cells that they claim are 25 percent efficient and cost around 1 percent of silicon-based solar cells.

For more information on the University of Tel Aviv's advances read the EE Times article covering its research.


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