Work on organic photovoltaics picking up at Imperial College London

We also visited last week with Jenny Nelson, Professor of Physics at Imperial College London (ICL) and another leading organic photovoltaics (OPV) researcher. Researchers at ICL – also including chemists James Durrant and John de Mello, and physicist Donal Bradley – are pursuing a range of OPV techn...

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