Here’s a short piece I wrote for DiscoverMagazine.com, yesterday, about a promising new use for Pokeberry weeds. Their berries’ highly absorbent dye is being used to coat fiber solar cells. Turns out their dye can trap lots of the sun’s energy in these lightweight, plastic storage devices. This solar energy is then converted to power/electricity. Check it out!
New strategy for cheap, solar power in Africa: Pokeberries.
by Darlene Cavalier | Apr 27, 2010 | News, Science Education, Writings
Solar energy is the best alternative to reduce scarcity problem of resources.