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Nanowire anodes could let lithium-ion batteries run twice as long.
A government-funded start-up claims it can make ionic liquid energy storage feasible.
An energy storage startup gets new government funding.
Silicon-nanotube electrodes may enable lithium-ion batteries to store 10 times more charge.
The simple, non-polluting battery could be used in compact devices.
Nanotube-filled capsules could restore conductivity to damaged electronics.
A California company’s lithium metal-air batteries are lightweight and energy dense.
A startup says its solid polymer electrolytes will mean cheaper, more-reliable batteries.