jeudi 10 août 2017

Inexpensive new battery generates power with just a drop of saliva

In addition to aiding digestion, it turns out saliva can also power batteries. Researchers at Binghamton University discovered this while inventing a small, paper-based battery that generates energy when mixed with a drop of saliva. The batteries, which are more like tiny microbial fuel cells, are inexpensive to make and could be used in natural disasters and remote settings where on-demand power is hard (if not impossible) to come by. As a result, access to medical care and screenings may improve...

from Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

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