Power-Generating Fabric?

Scientists at Wake Forest’s Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials are working on “Power Felt”: a thermoelectric cloth that converts heat into electricity. The group is using carbon nanotubes (cylindrical molecules of interconnected carbon atoms) to create a flexible fabric that can be made into covers for cell phones, flashlights, radios, and other electronics. The method is cheaper [Read More...]


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