When we hike into the mountains and summit a new peak, a fresh horizon opens up before us. Historically, we wish we could say the same for batteries
We touched the other day on Toyota’s thinking about electric car batteries. And how it was developing solid-state batteries as opposed to liquid lithium ion.
Akira Yoshino is a professor at the Meijo University in Tempaku-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. We’re making a post about him today as Yoshino is the 71-year-old inventor of the rechargeable lithium-ion battery
Lithium Batteries have not always had the best of times in recent years. Remember the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco? And the Boeing Dreamliner that might have caught alight?
Graphene batteries are everywhere lately. They are even getting the title of the ‘batteries of the future’ and we’re here to fill you in on the magic behind the Graphene battery phenomenon. What Are They? Graphene batteries offer improved performance over traditional batteries because of the way they are bonded together. They’re composed of carbon […]
The possibility of magnesium batteries has tantalized scientists for over a decade. Because magnesium has greater energy density than lithium
We have been concerned for a while how dendrites spread through high-density batteries. Because as the crystalline finger-like growths reach out, they can short circuit components.
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