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MIT scientists made solar panels thinner than human hair

The ultra-portable panels can make the difference in remote regions where emergencies require more power.
By Jules Suzdaltsev  on 
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MIT researchers have created ultra-thin solar panels with sticker backs allowing you to stick them anywhere you need immediate power. They deliver 18 times as much power per kilogram as traditional solar panels and can be used in more places with less set up. These ultra-portable panels can make the difference in remote regions where emergencies require more power.


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