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Li/S Batteries Gain Double The Capacity Of Li-ion Batteries

12/03/2013, One of the modern “problems” that mobile devices suffer from is this – the lack of battery power, or rather, a capacity that is not enough to get the job done throughout a busy day. Sure, scientists have worked hard to make sure that the popular...

3D-Printed Batteries May Come Sooner Than You Think

11/26/2013, 3D printing has certainly taken off over the past couple of years as we’ve seen some amazing products created only using 3D printing. As impressed as we’ve been in the past over 3D printed goods, being able to 3D print batteries has just completely...

Newly Developed Microbatteries Can Recharge Phones Instantly

04/18/2013, When you consider how much we rely on our mobile devices and what they’re capable of, it’s kind of silly to think we need to continually have them charging in order to get the most use out of them later. But what if you could plug in a...

Panasonic’s Emergency Flashlight Lets You Use Any Kind Of Battery

01/02/2013, When your power goes out, one of the last things you want to be doing is fumbling around your home looking for a flashlight. Then, once you find one, having to fish around your drawer full of crap to find batteries that can be used for it, most likely...

earthCell: batteries that are good for the environment

11/11/2011, Batteries are useful products that keep our lives running, but one of the main problems that we encounter while using them is their disposal. Most people simply toss batteries in to the trash, which then ends up filling up our landfills all over the...

Wastewater can power our batteries in the future

08/23/2011, Ever wondered what happens to all that dirty toilet water that gets flushed? For starters it has been treated and then used in nuclear plants, as well as in cities that rely on the toilet-to-tap technology, and even breweries that turn the toilet water...

Quick charge battery juices up to full capacity in just 5 minutes

03/24/2011, A battery is a battery is a battery, but how different is this one that was concocted by Illinois professor Paul Braun? Well, Braun and his group has managed to develop a 3D nanostructure for battery cathodes which paves the way for super fast charging as...

Bendable batteries in the pipeline?

02/28/2011, Boffins from South Korea have managed to find a way to use graphene nanosheets in order to create a power source that can bend – now how about that? Could this mean Gumby-style batteries are on their way? Perhaps, and it would certainly be...