Scientists claim 'accidental' breakthrough in ever-lasting batteries

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Battery running low? Accidentally developed technology could provide a fix
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Battery running low? Accidentally developed technology could provide a fix

Nanowire technology could mean batteries that can be recharged 100,000 times

University researchers claim to have uncovered a battery technology that could enable batteries to be developed that can be recharged hundreds of thousands of times - with no loss of capacity. The...

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