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Shell Future Energy Challenge Poster Winner

last modified Nov 17, 2014 05:47 PM

Winton Scholar, Michael Price, was announced winner of the Shell Future Energy Challenge Poster Competition.  The first prize of £250 was presented by Andy Brown, Shell Director of Upstream International, who gave the 2014 Shell Lecture ‘Deploying Gas Technology for a Sustainable Energy Future’ at St Catherine’s College on 22nd October 2014.

Michael presented results on the tremendous improvement in efficiency in recent years of Perovskite-based solar cells as well as how these materials can be made into lasers.  These materials can be solution processed offering a route to low cost manufacturing.

Further details of the Shell event can be found on the energy @ Cambridge website via this link.

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