Sunday, December 3, 2023

Watt the f—?! 3D-printed ‘veggie’ battery charges up engineering community

A 3D-printed battery that uses electrodes made from vegetable starch and carbon nanotubes could provide mobile devices with a more environmentally friendly, higher-capacity source of power, reports Tech Xplore. Engineers from the University of Glasgow developed a battery to make lithium-ion batteries capable of storing and delivering power more efficiently. The battery’s design is outlined in a paper in the Journal of Power Sources.

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Israel bombs hundreds of targets in Gaza as truce talks continue

(Al Jazeera Media Network) Israel’s attacks on Gaza have stretched into a second day after a seven-day truce with Hamas ended, as talks continue with the Palestinian...

Santos expelled from Congress in historic vote

(BBC News) The U.S. House of Representatives has expelled congressman George Santos, following a damning ethics report and dozens of criminal charges. "To hell with...