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Technology, Nanotechnology, Battery

- Jan 31, 2020

A New Stretchable Battery Can Power Wearable Electronics

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

3-battery-machine-blog-1The experimental device promises to provide a safe and comfortable power source for technologies that must bend and flex with our bodies.

Testing batteries to be safe and reliable while inflicted with everyday use on the human body.  Associated Environmental Systems works to supply engineerings and researchers the chambers and tools they need to produce the safest and most efficient battery for the public.

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