By Michelle Wang
Massachusetts Institute of Technology scientists have developed solar cells, the powerhouse inside solar panels, that could be a solution to climate change.
These ultrathin cells, thinner than a human hair, are the main component in solar panels, and are able to turn any surface into a powerful energy source. Because of the flexible and light nature of the solar cells, they can be installed in places such as walls and floors where heavy solar panels cannot.
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