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Wednesday, 17 July 2013 10:34

Future Applicances Could be Powered by Urine

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As you might imagine we are all about new technologies and advancements in science, but to a point. There are times when we see people working on projects and we have to wonder why they are working on that and why they went there in the first place. This morning we ran across one of these as we were browsing the internet. It seems that British Scientists have found a way to use human urine to power a cellphone. When I read that headline I pictured someone peeing on their phone to get it charged. I know that this is not likely how it would work, but the image was there and it was followed with the question why?

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Thursday, 28 February 2013 21:49

Flexible and stretchable battery developed


A team of researchers from the University of Illinois, led by Professor John Rogers was able to create a battery that is not only flexible, but can be stretched up to three times the original size, and is powered wirelessly.

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