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The solar-powered soldier

Lowell-based Konarka Technologies wants to fire up the 21st-century soldier with its light-activated power plastic.
Lowell-based Konarka Technologies wants to fire up the 21st-century soldier with its light-activated power plastic.
By Cara Feinberg
July 31, 2005

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Just to function in the field, soldiers must carry an array of electronic gadgets ranging from night vision goggles to GPS units to laptop computers--not to mention a whole lot of replacement batteries. (Full article: 311 words)

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