Researchers use 3D printing to create grain-sized microbatteries

06/20/2013 | TG Daily

Consumer electronics and medical devices may soon benefit from batteries that are as small as a grain of sand thanks to advanced 3D printing technology. The tech is being tested by researchers at Harvard University and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The batteries' design takes inspiration from similar techniques used in dental labs and involves producing stacks of tightly interlaced electrodes.

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