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Learning from nature: the increasing efficiency of organic solar cells

Researchers from universities around the world are attempting to improve the efficiency of solar cells using organic materials. Scientists in China and the UK have developed carbon and plastic-manufactured polymer cells, while Canadian researchers have looked into using bacteria to convert light to energy, taking techniques from natural photosynthesis. How have alternatives to traditional solar cells been developed, and can they be more efficient?

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