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Looking for a research student - Photoluminescence-based characterisation methods for perovskite solar cells
Looking for a research student - PhD at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia Topic: Photoluminescence-based characterisation methods for perovskite solar cells Contact: Dr Ziv Hameiri (
UNSW stops Light Induced Degradation in Silicon Solar Cells
Full output power for the entire life of the solar cell. UNSW (Australia), Longi Solar (China) and DR Laser (China) have teamed together and solved a serious energy problem. “Light...
UNSW's Anita Ho-Baillie holds a perovskite solar cell.
Anita Ho-Baillie’s team has set a new world efficiency record for trend-setting solar cells

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