A liquid metal encapsulated within bio-based shells allows researchers to “draw” functioning electronic circuits with ease.
Through awareness and education, individuals may become more conscious of their future spending choices, ultimately contributing to the success of the right to repair movement.
A tough gel electrolyte protects lithium metal anodes for safer and more efficient rechargeable batteries.
An edible and rechargeable battery to power devices used for GI tract monitoring, therapeutics, and analyzing food quality.
A novel hydrogel component could increase the life cycle of cheap, safe, environmentally friendly, and energy-efficient batteries.
A new triboelectric laminate can convert movement to electricity 400 times more efficiently in wearable and implantable technologies.
A tiny battery built into smart contact lenses produces its own power through eye blinking, relying on tears and oxygen to power its cells.
A novel recycling process recovers valuable rare earth elements from scrap, minimizing the need for harmful mining operations.
Researchers leech off the natural world to develop dynamic liquid metal robots for electrical circuits.
A conductive, cellulose-based nanopaper allows researchers to print paper electronics without needing expensive microfabrication techniques.