2-DTech has been awarded a grant worth GBP 98,000 from InnovateUK to carry out research relating to graphene being integrated into solid state dye-sensitised solar cells. As a result, the company is linking up with solar technology specialist Dyesol in order to undertake this new, high profile project.
Toshiba Corporation announced the development of a new technology that uses solar energy, the power of the sun, to generate carbon compounds from carbon dioxide and water, and to deliver a viable chemical feedstock or fuel with potential for use in industry.
The objective positioners of the series MIPOS, the mirror tilting system series PSH and the z-axis scanner PZ300AP CAP AP are great examples of the product range offered by piezosystem jena, that can be used for STED microscopy.
Armor, a specialist in ink chemistry and printing technologies, and Cambrios Technologies Corporation, a leader in silver anowire-based solutions for the transparent conductor markets, announced the development of a scalable manufacturing process allowing Armor to mass produce Organic Photovoltaic devices.
Ossila Limited has this week launched the first commercial and fully tested perovskite photovoltaic ink which is capable of producing perovskite-based solar cells with power conversion efficiency of almost 12%.