New aluminium battery is bendable and charges in a minute

This opens a new way for electric vehicles and many many other applications

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+13 1. huldu commented 6 years ago

The only question they did not answer was how long their battery will last on a single charge.
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+13 2. fjwjr commented 6 years ago

"I think it has a bright future!" Get it? Bright future!
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-3 3. draku999 commented 6 years ago

This video comes after a video with 5 idiots trying to sing a sonata with boomsticks... and you wonder why Japan is 10 years ahead of the world... Some people know what's important in life :) Great invention.
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+10 4. dushan commented 6 years ago

with this battery apple users will be able to bend iphone in the same way apple bends iphone users :D
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+11 5. sux2bu commented 6 years ago

#3 Hongjie Dwi is Chinese-American, not Japanese, and his team developed this battery at Stanford University in California.
He is a leader in the study of carbon nanotubes.
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+2 6. Malakyte commented 6 years ago

It must be very powerful so you have to wear dishwashing gloves for the show >:)
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+6 7. sux2bu commented 6 years ago

#3 Hongjie Dai is Chinese-American, not Japanese, and his team developed this battery at Stanford University in California.
He is a leader in the study of carbon nanotubes.
After leaving China he was educated at Columbia and Harvard.
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+4 8. Judge-Jake commented 6 years ago

At last!! I have been waiting for this for so long...You don't know how many batteries I have drilled holes in and found they no longer work...It has cost me an absolute fortune... But not anymore oh no My future is bright >:)
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+2 9. Mitak commented 6 years ago

#1 actually not much of a charge, less than the same capacity current Li-Ion has. That is the challenge they are tackling now.
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+2 10. joeman commented 6 years ago

Amazing invention
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0 11. buckleg08 commented 274 days ago

we are still on li-ion 2020...:|
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0 12. Judge-Jake commented 273 days ago

They probably found that to make it run a mobile phone for long enough it had to be a centimetre thick and then you couldn't bend it, back to the drawing board. :D