Batteries power cell phones, cars, flashlights and other devices. Now, scientists may have come up with a water-based solution for powering electronics.
Recycled tires may be the key to giving new life to lithium-ion batteries. Scientists have found that by modifying materials from discarded tires, they can develop a better anode for lithium-ion batteries.
Scientists have managed to design a sensor in the form of a temporary tattoo that not only can monitor a person's process during exercise, but can also produce power from their perspiration.
Scientists may have found a new way to harness the vast amounts of wasted excess heat that are generated by industrial processes and electric power plants.
Using material found in Silly Putt and surgical tubing, scientists have created a new way to make lithium-ion batteries that last three times longer between charges than current industry standard batteries.