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A new fabrication technique lets batteries use tin electrodes, and store more energy.
ARPA-E’s new director explains how it is evolving.
A dip in nanotube ink turns ordinary office paper into a high-energy electrode.
Nanowire anodes could let lithium-ion batteries run twice as long.
By measuring nanoscale forces, researchers learn to make lithium-ion batteries that pull themselves together.
Stretchable batteries that can be recharged wirelessly offer a power source for wearable electronics and health monitors.
As Congress prepares to vote on a comprehensive spending bill, U.S. energy projects such as ARPA-E hang in the balance.
An energy storage startup gets new government funding.
Silicon-nanotube electrodes may enable lithium-ion batteries to store 10 times more charge.