Material that recycles sunlight could be next big leap for solar cells

If the rest of us have to recycle things like our milk cartons, junk mail and beer bottles, shouldn’t solar cells have to abide by the same rules? That’s part of the thinking in new research that’s just come out of the University of Cambridge. Researchers there have discovered that a certain material can actually recycle photons from light, which could lead to solar cells that are orders of magnitude more efficient than anything currently in use…
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