The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has a reputation for innovative, dare we say disruptive technology. MIT researchers appear to have come up with affordable storage batteries
Brussels, Belgium is the administrative heart of the European Union. Consequently, it has inspired some remarkable projects between independent member nations.
Capacitor and lithium-ion battery fires create newspaper headlines while the average seventeen gasoline fires per hour in the USA go largely unreported
Lithium batteries are still the best choice for small devices, but they have their limitations. Batteries degrade from the moment we first use them.
The US Government spent $760 million on its Argonne National Laboratory in 2016. Argonne channeled some of these funds to universities for academic work.
We had not heard of Queen’s University in Belfast, Northern Ireland before we found this snippet about a foldable battery.
One of the greatest challenges facing in-body batteries is the corrosive nature of their materials. Another problem is replacing them surgically
An eminent group of judges gathers once a year to choose the 100 most disruptive businesses in the world. This is disruptive in the sense of greatest potential to influence
Extreme cold can be a deadly serious matter when we are out in nature without adequate protection. If you watched the movie Titanic, you may remember Leonardo DiCaprio
Scientists at DOE Argonne have been attempting to resolve lithium-metal electrode problems since October 2008. Yet they are still only 8% along the road