Mar 2, 2010
U-M forges Korean partnership and industry to push solar technology to market
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — A new international partnership positions two universities and a leading company to put low-cost solar cell technology on a fast track to market.
The University of Michigan is joining with Dankook University in South Korea and Korean government Ministry of Knowledge and Economy in a four-year research project to ramp up efficiency for organic photovoltaic technology (OPV) while driving down costs, said Stephen Forrest, U-M vice president for research and a lead scientist in the project.
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