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Monday 14th December 2015
Solar cells are generally flat. However, by adding minuscule silicon pillars to the surface, it is possible to more than double the amount of energy produced for each surface. This has been demonstrated by research by academics at the University of Twente research institute MESA+. In an article published in the scientific journal Advanced Energy Materials, they show what the optimum height and doping depth of the pillars is.
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Friday 11th December 2015
A new atomically-flat transistor developed by UC Santa Barbara engineers overcomes one of the fundamental conventional transistors and reduces power dissipation by over 90 percent Professor Kaustav Banerjee (right) with researchers in his Nanoelectronics Research Lab at UC Santa Barbara.Credit: UCSB
Thursday 10th December 2015
US International Trade Commission still  to make decision on SiGen SOI complaint
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Friday 4th December 2015
Magnetic field helps qubit electrons store information longer Alexander Bechtold in his laboratory at the Walter Schottky Institute at Technical University of Munich. Credit: Andreas Battenberg / TUM
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