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Team combines quantum physics and photosynthesis to make discovery that could lead to highly efficient solar cells
Nathan Gabor is focused on experimental condensed matter physics, and uses light to probe the fundamental laws of quantum mechanics. During the past six years, he sought to help change that by combining his background in physics with a deep dive into biology. Plants have evolved to do this, but current affordable solar cells - which are at best 20 percent efficient - do not control these sudden changes in solar power, Gabor said.
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