3D printed device used to test and improve new supercapacitor materials at University of Amsterdam

3D printed device used to test and improve new supercapacitor materials at University of Amsterdam

It’s a familiar situation: you’re in the middle of an important phonecall, or you’re navigating your way around town with Google maps, or you’re just about to smash your all-time record score on Candy Crush, then out of the blue your phone dies. As advanced as much portable technology now is, we still have to put up with its relatively short battery life. And even if you can find a place to recharge, charging times are inconveniently long. This situation could soon be improved, however, with the development of new super-capacitant materials. Researchers at the University of Amsterdam (UvA) […]

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