The Department of Energy will give eight solar-energy research projects grants amounting to more than $14 million under its Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy "Open 2012" initiative. Recipients include Glint Photonics -- which received $523,172 to create a solar concentrator that could absorb the complete amount of available sunlight, regardless of the position of sun -- and MicroLink Devices, which received about $3.3 million to launch solar cells that will use crystal layers to capture concentrated sunlight.

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