A Place In The Sun For Waste Silicon?
FOR YEARS, SOLAR-ENERGY proponents have championed silicon--the stuff of computer chips--for turning sunshine into electricity. Trouble is, the cost of this form of silicon power is much higher than volts from fossil-fuel generators. But scientists at Oregon State University's Center for Advanced Materials Research are working to change that, using a tough transparent cement.
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