Just yesterday we mentioned about the bio-battery that uses a bacteria found in faeces to create electrical charge. Today it’s about the nanobattery! It is 80,000 times smaller than a human hair and only takes 12 minutes to fully charge. How amazing does that sound? They last three times longer than our usual batteries, they can power mobile phones and even store green energy.
The research took place at the University of Maryland, “we were blown away by the performance!” they said. At the moment, the materials used in its production are costly, so it may take a while before they are available to the public. It is believed it could reach the market in 5 to 10 years time.