Look out, glass – Scientists develop "transparent wood"

Whether it’s being used to make highrises, bicycles or foam insulation, wood is known for being a strong, plentiful, inexpensive and renewable alternative to conventional building materials. Soon, it may even find its way into windows and solar cells – as a cheaper substitute for traditional silica-based glass…
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KTH Royal Institute of Technology



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