Young Newfoundlander aims to build a better solar cell

“Materials chemist Tim Kelly moved to Saskatoon to catch some rays. Originally from Newfoundland, the young re-searcher is setting up labs at the University of Saskatchewan with the aim of building a better solar cell. Rather than designing solar cells made out of silicon, like a typical commercially available solar panel, Kelly is joining researchers who are working to develop de-vices that capture the sun’s energy using organic com-pounds and polymers.”

Read the full article at the Calgary Herald here.

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