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Powering robots: biomorphic batteries could provide 72 times more energy than stand-alone cells
  1. Powering robots: biomorphic batteries could provide 72 times more energy than stand-alone cells

    The researchers compare them to fat deposits in living creatures.

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  2. Cartilage could be key to safe ‘structural batteries’

    The new prototype cells can run for more than 100 cycles at 90 percent capacity and withstand hard impacts and even stabbing.

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  3. U-M faculty to pursue battery breakthroughs as part of nationwide initiative

    Two Michigan Engineering professors are involved in ambitious research to develop next-generation batteries.

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  4. Battery breakthrough: Doubling performance with lithium metal that doesn’t catch fire

    Longer-lasting drop-in replacements for lithium ion could be on the horizon.

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  5. Electric field control of magnetism

    The Van Vlack Lecture Series was established in honor of L. H. Van Vlack, to provide a distinguished lecture series from the outstanding leaders in the field of Materials Science and Engineering.

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