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System that Dramatically Accelerates Battery Research and Development

System that Dramatically Accelerates Battery Research and Development

External Company Press Release
Evonik sells TAeTTOOz® materials technology to InnovationLab

Evonik sells TAeTTOOz® materials technology to InnovationLab

Evonik is selling the TAeTTOOz materials technology for printable rechargeable batteries to the InnovationLab GmbH. The InnovationLab specializes in the development of printed and organic electronics and offers individual overall solutions from the first concept draft to the industrial production.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
May 11, 2022
Flexible Printed Batteries Generate Electricity from Moisture

Flexible Printed Batteries Generate Electricity from Moisture

Strategic Elements Ltd reports that nanoionic materials engineering by research partner The University of New South Wales has created an improvement in the ability to convert moisture in the air to electrical energy.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 5, 2022
Stretchable and Printable Free-Form Lithium-Ion Batteries

Stretchable and Printable Free-Form Lithium-Ion Batteries

A Korean research team has developed a soft, mechanically deformable, and stretchable lithium battery which can be used in the development of wearable devices, and examined the battery's feasibility by printing them on clothing surfaces.
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
Dec 15, 2021
Batteries of the Future Could be Paper-Thin and Biodegradable

Batteries of the Future Could be Paper-Thin and Biodegradable

Scientists have developed paper-thin biodegradable zinc batteries that could one day become an environmentally sustainable option for powering flexible and wearable electronic systems. The zinc batteries are made up of electrodes screen-printed on to both sides of a piece of cellulose paper that has been reinforced with hydrogel.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Aug 17, 2021
Stretchable Battery That is Powered by Sweat

Stretchable Battery That is Powered by Sweat

Scientists have developed a soft and stretchable battery that is powered by human perspiration. The prototype battery consists of printed silver flake electrodes that generate electricity in the presence of sweat. Measuring 2 cm by 2 cm and as flat as a small paper bandage, the battery is affixed to a flexible and sweat absorbent textile that is stretchable and attachable to wearable devices, like watches, wrist bands or arm straps.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Mar 29, 2021
More Than 14 Million Euros for Flexible Battery Research

More Than 14 Million Euros for Flexible Battery Research

For batteries to fit into narrow and crooked spaces and to store more energy for e.g. electric mobility, flexibly adaptable cells are required. So far, however, lithium-ion battery cells have been produced in standardized formats and rigid systems.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Mar 11, 2021
Wearable Microgrid Uses the Human Body to Power Small Gadgets

Wearable Microgrid Uses the Human Body to Power Small Gadgets

Nanoengineers have developed a "wearable microgrid" that harvests and stores energy from the human body to power small electronics. It consists of three main parts: sweat-powered biofuel cells, motion-powered devices called triboelectric generators, and energy-storing supercapacitors. All parts are flexible, washable and can be screen printed onto clothing.
External Company Press Release
Evonik sells TAeTTOOz® materials technology to InnovationLab

Evonik sells TAeTTOOz® materials technology to InnovationLab

Evonik is selling the TAeTTOOz materials technology for printable rechargeable batteries to the InnovationLab GmbH. The InnovationLab specializes in the development of printed and organic electronics and offers individual overall solutions from the first concept draft to the industrial production.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 5, 2022
Stretchable and Printable Free-Form Lithium-Ion Batteries

Stretchable and Printable Free-Form Lithium-Ion Batteries

A Korean research team has developed a soft, mechanically deformable, and stretchable lithium battery which can be used in the development of wearable devices, and examined the battery's feasibility by printing them on clothing surfaces.
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
Aug 17, 2021
Stretchable Battery That is Powered by Sweat

Stretchable Battery That is Powered by Sweat

Scientists have developed a soft and stretchable battery that is powered by human perspiration. The prototype battery consists of printed silver flake electrodes that generate electricity in the presence of sweat. Measuring 2 cm by 2 cm and as flat as a small paper bandage, the battery is affixed to a flexible and sweat absorbent textile that is stretchable and attachable to wearable devices, like watches, wrist bands or arm straps.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Mar 11, 2021
Wearable Microgrid Uses the Human Body to Power Small Gadgets

Wearable Microgrid Uses the Human Body to Power Small Gadgets

Nanoengineers have developed a "wearable microgrid" that harvests and stores energy from the human body to power small electronics. It consists of three main parts: sweat-powered biofuel cells, motion-powered devices called triboelectric generators, and energy-storing supercapacitors. All parts are flexible, washable and can be screen printed onto clothing.
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