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A group from MIT lead by Karen Gleason and Vladimir Bulovic have developed a process that prints solar cells onto a fabric or paper substrate, thus creating a flexible array capable of withstanding forces applied to objects that are bent or folded without loss of conductivity. [via HN]

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