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The birth of the plastic solar cell

19 November 2014

In 1995 Kees Hummelen, together with his colleagues Yu, Gao, Wudl and Heeger, who later became a Nobel Prize winner, developed a revolutionary way to make plastic solar cells. Their article in Science was picked up across the world and has been cited over 5100 times.

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