Professor Ken Ghiggino

Professor, School of Chemistry, University of Melbourne

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The exciting future of light energy

Excitons are formed when light is absorbed by electrons within a molecule, and we’re just beginning to understand the role they could play in meeting the world’s future energy needs

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