Peel-and-stick cells give solar power added flexibility

12/21/2012 | TG Daily

A team of engineers at Stanford University has created peel-and-stick solar cells that could one day add a little juice to gadgets on the go. The flexible cells, composed of silicon, silicon dioxide and nickel, can stick to almost anything, the developers say, and could give rise to a host of new products, such as chargeable "smart" clothing.

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