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CDT student interviewed on BBC Science radio programme about thin-film solar films

Rob Waddingham, one of the Centre's students currently doing in his 2nd year of his PhD at the University of Cambridge was recently interviewed about his research into thin-film solar films.

 

Any type of wearable, portable electronic device is likely to need a way to generate power on the go, and systems embedded into packaging or everyday objects are rarely likely to be plugged in. But how should we power these devices? One option, being researched by one of the Centre's PhD students at the University of Cambridge, Rob Waddingham, was discussed on the recent BBC science radio programme 'The Naked Scientists'. You can listen to Rob's interview via the podcast here.

You can see Rob giving a presentation about his research at last year's Industry Day here.