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Could insect eyes hold the key to building stable solar perovskites?

Perovskite compounds are known for their ability to efficiently harness solar power, and for just as long they’ve been dismissed for their tendency to decay in any environment but the safest lab. Now a breakthrough by scientists at Stanford University based on a fly’s eye could be the first step toward viable perovskite solar cells.

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