Wednesday, April 17, 2024

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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After stalling for months, Ukraine aid vote heads to House of Representatives

(BBC News) US President Joe Biden has said he "strongly supports" a new $61-billion aid bill for Ukraine, arguing it will "send a message...

Prosecutors push election angle in Trump ‘hush money’ case

(Al Jazeera Media Network) It is a blockbuster legal case, set to dominate headlines for weeks to come. On Monday, Donald Trump has become the...