The main focus of the project is to use inkjet printing technology for thin layers of organic solar cell development. As a composition, the authors used electrically conductive polymer composites containing metal nanoparticles, new narrowband polymers, as well as organic and polymer components available on the market. As a result, working design documentation will be developed and prototypes of organic solar cells with an efficiency of at least 8% will be produced.
The company aims to develop medical devices and photoconverters of solar energy on a flexible basis with thin-film active elements of organic polymer semiconductors.
Under a government contract with the Foundation for Assistance to Small Innovative Enterprises in Science and Technology in 2011, the company completed the development of laboratory models of solar cells based on polymers and nanocomposites.
These photoconverters feature simple manufacturing technology, low cost original components and the ability to produce flexible, large-area converter panels. These characteristics allow them to find their own sector in the solar photovoltaic market and to compete with conventional solar cells.
The company, at its own expense, has developed methods to diagnose early forms of cervical cancer.
Autofluorescent diagnostics of precancerous lesions will reduce the number of biopsies needed
Studies will help to make objective non-invasive assessments of cervical mucous membrane condition