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Flexible Bio-Powered Fuel Cell Batteries Could Power Wearables | ThomasNet

Researchers from Binghamton University in New York have developed a stretchable battery that is made out of fabric. The design is powered by a new microbial fuel cell that could soon be used in wearable electronics. The bacteria-powered bio-battery is the work of Assistant Professor Seokheun “Sean” Choi. You may remember him as the person who created paper-based bio batteries. He was also the one who made an origami ninja star that could power an LED for 20 minutes.…Learn More…

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