Researchers develop tiny 3D batteries that could power future IoT devices

Lee Bell
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Battery is the size of just one hundred grains of salt

Researchers in the US have created a powerful 3D lithium-ion battery with a tiny footprint that could be used to power tiny scale connected devices and sensors. Just the size of just one hundred...

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