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A new anode allows solid-oxide fuel cells to function at lower temperatures.
A new solar panel could lower costs and improve efficiency.
An implanted biofuel cell may someday power medical devices.
New technologies for treating depression could make the couch obsolete.
Nanotube anodes could lead to higher-energy, faster-charging batteries for cell phones and notebooks.
A startup says its solid polymer electrolytes will mean cheaper, more-reliable batteries.
Nanoporous silicon that soaks up ions without self-destructing can make better batteries.
A new kind of sensor could allow for long-term medical monitoring–without direct skin contact.
Lithium sulfur promises a longer charge, and safer operation, compared to standard lithium batteries.
A new device could help with deep brain stimulation.