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Understanding how rechargeable aqueous zinc batteries work

Study debunks accepted assumptions of charging mechanism in rechargeable aqueous zinc-manganese battery cells. While scientists have hoped that rechargeable zinc-manganese dioxide batteries could be developed into a viable alternative for…

New technology can help combat climate crisis

Scientists have created a novel technology that can help to tackle climate change and address the global energy crisis. Northumbria University’s Dr Shafeer Kalathil is among a team of esteemed…

Enhancing solar efficiency with upconversion

Wafer bonding technology improves photovoltaics. Solar cell technologies have been improving incrementally over the decades, but energy conversion has remained less than optimal. Now, researchers at Kyoto University have developed…

Affordable and sustainable alternative to lithium-ion batteries

Findings could pave the way for a cost-efficient, high-performing calcium-ion battery. Concerns regarding scarcity, high prices, and safety regarding the long-term use of lithium-ion batteries has prompted a team of…

A paper battery with water switch

Just add a drop of water. The battery, devised by Gustav Nyström and his team, is made of at least one cell measuring one centimeter squared and consisting of three…

High-performance large-area perovskite submodules for solar cells

Perovskite solar cells (PSCs) are promising solar technologies. Although low-cost wet processing has shown advantages in small-area PSC fabrication, the preparation of uniform charge transport layers with thickness of several nanometers…

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