Supercomputers used to research solar energy

Stuart Sumner
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University researchers seek new chemical structures for use in organic, hydrocarbon-based solar cells

A supercomputing network is being used to help identify new materials to be used in solar cells, in a bid to improve their efficiency and lower their cost. Researchers at North Georgia College &...

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