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Battery uses hydronium ions as charge carrier
Researchers with Oregon State University (OSU) have developed what they claim to be the world's first battery to use only hydronium ions as the charge carrier.
A battery that runs for more than a decade
Researchers from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) have developed a new flow battery that stores energy in organic molecules dissolved in neutral pH water.
Gut instinct drives battery boost
Scientists have designed a new prototype battery that mimics the structure of the human intestines.
Bendable battery may power future wearable devices, smartphones
A new bendable lithium-ion battery that can flex and twist could power wearable devices and one day be used to develop a flexible smartphone, according to Panasonic, which is developing the new battery.
Battery inspired by vitamins
Harvard researchers have identified a whole new class of high-performing organic molecules, inspired by vitamin B2, that can safely store electricity from intermittent energy sources like solar and wind power in large batteries.
Scientists can make lithium-ion batteries last a lifetime
Who says playing around is a waste of time? Researchers at the University of California at Irvine (UCI) said that's exactly what they were doing when they discovered how to increase the tensile strength of nanowires that could be used to make lithium-ion batteries last virtually forever, computerworld.com wrote.
Trump won’t sack campaign manager charged with battery
US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has defended his campaign manager who has been arrested in Florida and charged with simple battery in connection with an incident happened earlier this month.
Battery technology could charge up water desalination
The technology that charges batteries for electronic devices could provide fresh water from salty seas, said a new study by University of Illinois engineers. Electricity running through a salt water-filled battery draws the salt ions out of the water.
Self-heating lithium-ion battery could beat coldness
A lithium-ion battery that self heats if the temperature is below 32˚F has multiple applications, but may have the most impact on relieving winter ‘range anxiety’ for electric vehicle owners, according to a team of researchers from Penn State and EC Power.
MIT researchers develop safer button battery
Researchers have developed a coating for button batteries to prevent them from causing chemical burns in the digestive tract if they're swallowed by children.

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