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The dual-sided solar cells achieve a front conversion efficiency of 24.3 per cent and a rear conversion efficiency of 23.4 per cent. (Image: Eric Byler/The Australian National University)

'Record-breaking' bifacial solar cells produced using laser doping

‘This is a world record for selectively laser-doped solar cells and among the highest efficiency bifacial solar cells’

An ultrathin Ag film based OLED inside Professor Jay Guo’s lab. Credit: Robert Coelius/University of Michigan engineering, communications and marketing

New electrode could make OLEDs 20% brighter

The approach prevents light from being trapped in the light-emitting part of an OLED, enabling OLEDs to maintain brightness while using less power

The shape of the laser beam can be fully controlled to project a complex hologram, such as the one above (Credit: Christina Spägele/Harvard SEAS)

New metasurface can tune laser light without additional components

Harvard researchers have developed a single metasurface that can effectively tune the different properties of laser light, including wavelength, without the need of additional optical components

Digital anatomy Polyjet printing (left) which simulates the biomechanical structure of the anatomy, and full colour Polyjet printing (right) which is used for visual representation of anatomical models

UK photonics medtech centre installs anatomy printer

The printer will support medical decision making and aid in the development of new imaging and diagnostic medical devices

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