Solar cells are constantly getting better at collecting energy from sunlight, but their ability to store it isn’t improving quite as fast. Made from graphene and with a fern-inspired fractal structure, engineers at RMIT University have developed a new prototype electrode that could enable solar harvesting and storage systems that are thin, flexible and have high capacity.
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