Printable, flexible battery offers 10 times the density of lithium-ion

Scientists at the University of California (UC) San Diego demonstrated the battery’s potential by using it to power a flexible display system, where it outperformed lithium coin cell batteries and was able to be recharged 80 times without any major evidence of capacity loss. The researchers imagine it finding use in soft robotics, wearables and other wireless devices, with the flexible nature opening up some interesting possibilities.

A flexible screen-printed rechargeable battery with up to 10 times more power than state of the art

https://newatlas.com/energy/printable-high-density-batteries-silver-oxide/

Why it matters

It shows the growth of flexible electronics, and it can change human-computer interaction dramatically. Flexible battery can be used in development of non-rigid HCI. These technologies can facilitate the creation of new consumer electronic market spaces.

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