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A startup’s printing equipment could make high-performance OLED televisions cheaper.
Cells absorb sunlight concentrated 1,000 times without cooling.
Material could charge portable electronics with every step.
The new cells promise to be cheaper, more efficient, and even printable.
A new type of flash could be used in e-readers.
A dip in nanotube ink turns ordinary office paper into a high-energy electrode.
Inkjet-printed silicon increases solar-cell efficiency.
A rolling nanoimprint lithography stamp could be used to print components for displays and solar cells.