Piezoelectrics to Give Your Batteries a Long Life
| by Anuradha Shetty |
A new technology developed by scientists at the RMIT Institute, Melbourne and Australian National University will now make your portable electronics self-reliant, at least as far as their power (charging) is concerned. According to the latest findings by the researchers, which have found themselves a place in the 21st June issue of the popular material science journal, Advanced Functional Materials; piezoelectric will be, or rather is already proving to be a path breaking innovation.
The touch effect!
The research team, consisting of Dr. Madhu Bhaskaran (co-author), Dr. Sharath Sriram (co-author), Prof. Arnan Mitchell (Head), in collaboration with Dr. Simon Ruffell from the Australian National University identified the potential; piezoelectrics and thin film technology possessed. The team added that a simple execution of the concept would be its inclusion in running shoes to charge mobile phones.
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