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MIT folds solar cell into paper airplane

Researchers at MIT have developed a way to "print" solar cells on paper and fabric. The process takes place in a vacuum chamber and is similar what's used to make potato chip bags.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor on

Researchers at MIT have developed a way to "print" solar cells on paper and fabric. The process takes place in a vacuum chamber and is similar what's used to make potato chip bags. The solar cells are folded to test their robustness and demonstrate they can survive the stress.

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