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Scientists in Australia have been able to produce the largest ever printed solar cells using a newly developed solar cell printer. Yes, they are printing solar cells.

Scientists in Australia have been able to produce the largest ever printed solar cells using a newly developed solar cell printer. Yes, they are printing solar cells.

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Yujun commented on The most dangerous work only deserves $300 per week?

Yup, I agree with you that there are two sides of a coin. But I think the point is which side we should be inclined to. Actually, I never seem that salary is insulting and ludicrous. I just hope the government and companies can pay more attention to corporate social responsibility, which is about the responsibility for society, especially for some people who are in poor conditions.

Anyway, your thought is completely useful for us to enrich our knowledge. Really appreciate you.

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Yujun commented on Invest in the First Five Years of Life

Sorry mate, I am not on behalf of The First Five Years Fund actually. I just posted this article to let more people pay attention to it. That is real purpose for me to post it. Certainly, I will be happy to join the fund and try to help them if they need me.

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Yujun commented on Amazing products!

Thank you so much for your attention mate. Actually, the technology and manufacturing are still in the research phase, however, scientists behind the project are hopeful for it’s future use for consumers.