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Rechargeable Battery Modules Being Developed for Electric Cars

University of California, San Diego researchers developed algorithms that will allow owners of electric...

Long-Lasting, Efficient Water-Based Nuclear Battery Created

Researchers from the University of Missouri have developed a water-based nuclear battery that has...

New Technique Identifies Battery Material Structure and Behavior

A new simulation method has been developed by University of Cambridge researchers that can...

Alliance Memory Launches New Low-Power, High-Speed Mobile CMOS DDR SDRAMs

Alliance Memory introduced a new line of high-speed mobile CMOS double data rate synchronous...

Engineers Develop Tiny Radio Chip Powered by Electromagnetic Waves

Stanford and University of California, Berkeley engineers have shrunk all the electronics found in...
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Apple to Replace Faulty iPhone 5 Batteries

Apple has determined that a small percentage of iPhone 5 devices have faulty batteries....

Inexpensive Water Splitter Uses AAA Battery

Stanford scientists have developed an inexpensive, emissions-free device that can produce hydrogen through water...

$55 Million Allocated for Projects to Improve Fuel Efficiency and Electric Vehicle Technology

Thirty-one projects have received a combined $55 million from the Obama administration to improve...

ON Semiconductor Introduces Integrated Lithium-ion Battery Protection Controller for Smartphones and Tablets

ON Semiconductor has announced a new Lithium-ion battery protection controller for smartphones and tablets....

Researchers Make a Breakthrough in Battery Design

Stanford University researchers developed a method to design a pure lithium anode that will change the future of battery designs. Design engineers have been trying to develop this type of anode for decades, but have not been able to accomplish this feat.

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