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Skeleton to Build World's Largest Supercapacitor Factory with Siemens

Skeleton to Build World's Largest Supercapacitor Factory with Siemens

Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Jul 12, 2022
Future Smart Homes Powered With Electronics Built on Stones

Future Smart Homes Powered With Electronics Built on Stones

What if you could power the smart thermostats, speakers and lights in your home with a kitchen countertop? Stones, such as marble and granite, are natural, eco-friendly materials that many people building or renovating houses already use. Now, in a step toward integrating energy storage with these materials, researchers have fabricated microsupercapacitors onto the surface of stone tiles.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
May 23, 2022
Low Cost Battery-Like Device Absorbs CO2 Emissions While it Charges

Low Cost Battery-Like Device Absorbs CO2 Emissions While it Charges

Researchers have developed a low-cost device that can selectively capture carbon dioxide gas while it charges. Then, when it discharges, the CO2 can be released in a controlled way and collected to be reused or disposed of responsibly.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Mar 10, 2022
Lightweight Supercapacitor-Battery Hybrid is Strong as Steel

Lightweight Supercapacitor-Battery Hybrid is Strong as Steel

Like the charged power suit worn by Black Panther of Marvel Comics, researchers have advanced NASA technologies to develop a power suit for an electric car that is as strong as steel, lighter than aluminum and helps boosts the vehicle's power capacity.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Mar 1, 2022
Potential Breakthrough for Production of Superior Battery Technology

Potential Breakthrough for Production of Superior Battery Technology

Micro supercapacitors could revolutionise the way we use batteries by increasing their lifespan and enabling extremely fast charging. Manufacturers of everything from smartphones to electric cars are therefore investing heavily into research and development of these electronic components. Now, researchers have developed a method that represents a breakthrough for how such supercapacitors can be produced.
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Hydrogel Membranes

Hydrogel Membranes

Work on hydrogel membranes, like work on hydrogels generally, is mainly medically oriented. In this premium article, we mainly concentrate on hydrogel membranes beyond medical ones, as this is the later-emerging market opportunity.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Feb 18, 2022
A New Technique for Making Wearable Sensors

A New Technique for Making Wearable Sensors

Engineers have developed a new technique for making wearable sensors that enables medical researchers to prototype test new designs much faster and at a far lower cost than existing methods.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Feb 11, 2022
Flexible and Stretchy Supercapacitors Could Boost Battery Life for IoT

Flexible and Stretchy Supercapacitors Could Boost Battery Life for IoT

Smartwatches, fitness trackers and other Internet of Things devices could get a significant boost to their "battery" life thanks to new, environmentally friendly energy research.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Feb 1, 2022
Tonnes of Used Face Masks to Be Turned into Energy

Tonnes of Used Face Masks to Be Turned into Energy

Researchers have developed a new technology for producing cost-effective batteries from medical waste. The authors of the research claim that their technology could turn waste that is difficult to recycle into raw materials, according to a study published in the Journal of Energy Storage.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Jan 31, 2022
Eco-Friendly Micro-Supercapacitors Using Fallen Leaves

Eco-Friendly Micro-Supercapacitors Using Fallen Leaves

A research team has developed a graphene-inorganic-hybrid micro-supercapacitor made of leaves using femtosecond direct laser writing lithography. The advancement of wearable electronic devices is synonymous with innovations in flexible energy storage devices. Of the various energy storage devices, micro-supercapacitors have drawn a great deal of interest for their high electrical power density, long lifetimes, and short charging times.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Jul 12, 2022
Future Smart Homes Powered With Electronics Built on Stones

Future Smart Homes Powered With Electronics Built on Stones

What if you could power the smart thermostats, speakers and lights in your home with a kitchen countertop? Stones, such as marble and granite, are natural, eco-friendly materials that many people building or renovating houses already use. Now, in a step toward integrating energy storage with these materials, researchers have fabricated microsupercapacitors onto the surface of stone tiles.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Mar 10, 2022
Lightweight Supercapacitor-Battery Hybrid is Strong as Steel

Lightweight Supercapacitor-Battery Hybrid is Strong as Steel

Like the charged power suit worn by Black Panther of Marvel Comics, researchers have advanced NASA technologies to develop a power suit for an electric car that is as strong as steel, lighter than aluminum and helps boosts the vehicle's power capacity.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Hydrogel Membranes

Hydrogel Membranes

Work on hydrogel membranes, like work on hydrogels generally, is mainly medically oriented. In this premium article, we mainly concentrate on hydrogel membranes beyond medical ones, as this is the later-emerging market opportunity.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Feb 11, 2022
Flexible and Stretchy Supercapacitors Could Boost Battery Life for IoT

Flexible and Stretchy Supercapacitors Could Boost Battery Life for IoT

Smartwatches, fitness trackers and other Internet of Things devices could get a significant boost to their "battery" life thanks to new, environmentally friendly energy research.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Jan 31, 2022
Eco-Friendly Micro-Supercapacitors Using Fallen Leaves

Eco-Friendly Micro-Supercapacitors Using Fallen Leaves

A research team has developed a graphene-inorganic-hybrid micro-supercapacitor made of leaves using femtosecond direct laser writing lithography. The advancement of wearable electronic devices is synonymous with innovations in flexible energy storage devices. Of the various energy storage devices, micro-supercapacitors have drawn a great deal of interest for their high electrical power density, long lifetimes, and short charging times.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
May 23, 2022
Low Cost Battery-Like Device Absorbs CO2 Emissions While it Charges

Low Cost Battery-Like Device Absorbs CO2 Emissions While it Charges

Researchers have developed a low-cost device that can selectively capture carbon dioxide gas while it charges. Then, when it discharges, the CO2 can be released in a controlled way and collected to be reused or disposed of responsibly.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Mar 1, 2022
Potential Breakthrough for Production of Superior Battery Technology

Potential Breakthrough for Production of Superior Battery Technology

Micro supercapacitors could revolutionise the way we use batteries by increasing their lifespan and enabling extremely fast charging. Manufacturers of everything from smartphones to electric cars are therefore investing heavily into research and development of these electronic components. Now, researchers have developed a method that represents a breakthrough for how such supercapacitors can be produced.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Feb 18, 2022
A New Technique for Making Wearable Sensors

A New Technique for Making Wearable Sensors

Engineers have developed a new technique for making wearable sensors that enables medical researchers to prototype test new designs much faster and at a far lower cost than existing methods.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Feb 1, 2022
Tonnes of Used Face Masks to Be Turned into Energy

Tonnes of Used Face Masks to Be Turned into Energy

Researchers have developed a new technology for producing cost-effective batteries from medical waste. The authors of the research claim that their technology could turn waste that is difficult to recycle into raw materials, according to a study published in the Journal of Energy Storage.
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