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<?php $feed_page_heading="Security Fix"; $ptitle="Self-cooling solar cells boost power, last longer"; $kywd="Self-cooling solar cells boost power, last longer, Security"; $metdesc="Latest Security news - Self-cooling solar cells boost power,"; include_once DIR_BASE_TEMP."top.php"; ?><a href='http://www.amigura.co.uk/news/index.php' title='Main'>Main</a> <br /><h2><a href="http://www.amigura.co.uk/news/rss/science.xml"><img src="http://www.amigura.co.uk/images/rss/rssicon.gif" width="35" height="13"></a> <a href='http://www.amigura.co.uk/news/science/index.html' title='Science'>Science</a></h2><h2><a href="http://www.amigura.co.uk/news/rss/security.xml"><img src="http://www.amigura.co.uk/images/rss/rssicon.gif" width="35" height="13"></a> <a href='http://www.amigura.co.uk/news/security/index.html' title='Security'>Security</a></h2><h2><a href="http://www.amigura.co.uk/news/rss/software_alerts.xml"><img src="http://www.amigura.co.uk/images/rss/rssicon.gif" width="35" height="13"></a> <a href='http://www.amigura.co.uk/news/software_alerts/index.html' title='Software Alerts'>Software Alerts</a></h2><h2><a href="http://www.amigura.co.uk/news/rss/technology.xml"><img src="http://www.amigura.co.uk/images/rss/rssicon.gif" width="35" height="13"></a> <a href='http://www.amigura.co.uk/news/technology/index.html' title='Technology'>Technology</a></h2><h2><a href="http://www.amigura.co.uk/news/rss/webmaster_tools.xml"><img src="http://www.amigura.co.uk/images/rss/rssicon.gif" width="35" height="13"></a> <a href='http://www.amigura.co.uk/news/webmaster_tools/index.html' title='Webmaster Tools'>Webmaster Tools</a></h2><p>Wed, 23 Jul 14<br /><strong>Self-cooling solar cells boost power, last longer</strong><br />http://feeds.sciencedaily.com/~r/sciencedaily/~3/DQ8afJNjFL8/140722102239.htm<br />Scientists may have overcome one of the major hurdles in developing high-efficiency, long-lasting solar cells -- keeping them cool, even in the blistering heat of the noonday sun. By adding a specially patterned layer of silica glass to the surface of ordinary solar cells, a team of researchers has found a way to let solar cells cool themselves by shepherding away unwanted thermal radiation.<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/sciencedaily/~4/DQ8afJNjFL8" height="1" width="1"/></p>

 

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