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Researchers from MIT have found that changing the pH level of the system can significantly increase the lifetime of the fuel cells. While the researchers across the globe are working on finding various methods to increase the lifetime of a...
Researchers have developed a flexible and a biocompatible silver nanowire which can increase stability and practical uses in electronics. The regular silver nanowires (AgNWs) are used for making flexible electrodes for their photophysical characteristics, durability and environmental adaption. However, the...
Many electrical and optoelectronic devices need metal-semiconductor junctions. It can be challenging to make high-quality junctions that integrate traditional metals with 2D semiconductors, despite the fact that they are now produced and used on a global scale. A novel technique...
Miniaturized batteries containing corrosive liquid electrolytes are commonly utilised as power sources in IMDs, however electrolyte leakage can trigger transplant rejection and harm to adjacent tissues.  These problems can be efficiently addressed by transient power sources with great bioresorbability and...
A revolutionary eye and brain implant design! Researchers at the University of Oregon grew rodent retinal neurons on a fractal-patterned electrode that mimicked the repetitive branching pattern that occurs naturally in neurons. It brings physicist Richard Taylor of the University...
Li-Ion batteries have come a long way in powering portable electronics devices. From having unstable and highly explosive electrodes to more stable and less volatile elctrodes, these compact devices are paving way for new technologies that is set to...
 
 

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