The Smithsonian Institute believes battery research is at a tipping point. “The world is waiting on a battery breakthrough,” they say.
Batteries have radically changed human culture, and the way we behave several times. The original technology emerged in the 19th Century.
The Economist posed an interest proposition the other day. The race is heating up for distance efficiency between gasoline and lithium batteries.
Korean Gogoro electric scooter company says sharing autos flies in the face of private ownership.
Nikola Tesla proved that wireless power is more than a dream in 1891. By 1894, he had incandescent lamps burning in his laboratory
Battery developments have been piling around us like leaves in the wind in fall. We publish news as it breaks, although most ideas seem to fade away since there is no commercial value.
The U.S. Department of Energy created a stir a few years ago. Because their sponsorship in lead-free zinc anode battery technology had spun off into a commercial version
We have been following spaceship Cassini as she loops through Saturn’s rings on her final date with destiny. When she launched from mother ship earth on October 15, 1997
Batteries, or portable powerhouses as we sometimes call them, stand in the way of progress. We want to use them in wearable devices
United States’ industrial energy came largely from human hands and the power of levers until 1849. That occasion was when American inventor and engineer George Henry Corliss filed a patent