Super powered battery breakthrough claimed A new type of battery has been developed that its creators say could revolutionise the way we power consumer electronics and vehicles The University of Illinois team says its use of 3D electrodes allows it to build microbatteries that are many times smaller than commercially available options or the same size and many times more powerful It adds they can be recharged 1 000 times faster than competing tech However safety issues still remain

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Super-powered battery breakthrough claimed

A new type of battery has been developed that, its creators say, could revolutionise the way we power consumer electronics and vehicles.

The University of Illinois team says its use of 3D-electrodes allows it to build "microbatteries" that are many times smaller than commercially available options, or the same size and many times more powerful.

It adds they can be recharged 1,000 times faster than competing tech. However, safety issues still remain.

Super-powered battery breakthrough claimed A new type of battery has been developed that, its creators say, could revolutionise the way we power consumer electronics and vehicles. The University of Illinois team says its use of 3D-electrodes allows it to build "microbatteries" that are many times smaller than commercially available options, or the same size and many times more powerful. It adds they can be recharged 1,000 times faster than competing tech. However, safety issues still remain.

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