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China’s solar giant shifts its strategy.
A one-step process creates a highly antireflective layer for photovoltaics.
Chips that let errors happen, then correct them, use less power overall.
1366 Technologies hopes to cut the cost of solar with cheaper manufacturing.
The flexible composite requires far less silicon than today’s solar cells.
The new cells promise to be cheaper, more efficient, and even printable.
New circuits bring low-power nanotube computers closer.
Silicon sheets self-assemble into spheres to capture more light.
Long-lived nuclear batteries powered by hydrogen isotopes are in testing for military applications.