Topic: Brian Korgel

Seven Faculty Members Named Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

Nov. 29, 2012

Seven faculty members at The University of Texas at Austin have been elected fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). AAAS fellows are chosen annually by their peers to recognize their scientifically or socially distinguished efforts to advance science or its applications.

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The future of "solar ink": Q&A with Brian Korgel

Jan. 12, 2010
The future of "solar ink": Q&A with Brian Korgel

Dr. Brian Korgel, the Temple Professor No. 1 and Matthew Van Winkle Regents Professor in Chemical Engineering, talks about solar ink, its potential for commercialization and how manufacturing a solar cell could be like printing a newspaper.

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Tiny Test Tube Experiment Shows Reaction of Melting Materials at the Nano Scale

Oct. 15, 2009

Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin have conducted a basic chemistry experiment in what is perhaps the world's smallest test tube, measuring a thousandth the diameter of a human hair.

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Professor's company says spray-on solar ink is coming soon

Sept. 8, 2009
Brian Korgel is the founder of California-based Innovalight.

A California-based company that liquid-processes light-absorbing materials (other than silicon) into nano-size particles for so-called solar ink, and was founded by Brian Korgel, Matthew Van Winkle Regents Professor in Chemical Engineering, said its technology is only three to fi

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Lower-Cost Solar Cells to Be Printed Like Newspaper, Painted on Rooftops

Aug. 24, 2009

Solar cells could soon be produced more cheaply using nanoparticle "inks" that allow them to be printed like newspaper or painted onto the sides of buildings or rooftops to absorb electricity-producing sunlight.

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