What are the self-assembling solar cells that were created at MIT?



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    MIT’s self-assembling solar cells are based off plants abilities to convert light into energy.  Sun can be destructive to a plant’s leaves.  To counteract this plants regenerate their proteins.  MIT used this idea by recreating molecules that can use photons to eventually produce electricity.  A total of seven compounds is used to break photons from electrons. 

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