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The Power Of Stink

06-Mar-20 12:45

The Power Of Stink

Local fruits like durian and jackfruit could change the way we charge our smartphones or electric cars in the future, according to a study highlighted in website Popular Mechanics. A group of scientists led by associate professor Vincent G. Gomes at the University of Sydney in Australia has found a way to turn fruit cores from durian and jackfruit into potentially high-performing electrochemical supercapacitors, or energy storage devices with high energy density, which can then be further developed into applications such as batteries for electronic devices and transportation.

 

Produced by: Christine Wong

Presented by: Richard Bradbury and Arvindh Yuvaraj


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