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CNSE expands research in CIGS solar cells

10/24/2011 08:20 PM EDT
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nicolas.mokhoff
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nicolas.mokhoff   10/26/2011 4:35:48 PM
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Himanshu_Gupta: I agree that this a low amount of jobs this activity is generating. This is a research endeavor in an academic environment. What the commercial outcome will be is anybody's guess. On can only hope that the IP generated here can be used for competitive advantage.

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wilber_xbox   10/25/2011 5:54:07 PM
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"silver line in dark clouds" is what comes to my mind after reading this report. When China is going full throttle on solar then we need more than just 17 green collar employees.

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GREAT-Terry   10/24/2011 10:10:24 PM
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Just 17 green collar jobs is retained? Does it mean that 17 guys are what the Veeco facility needs to run?

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