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January 24th, 2005

mPhase's next phase: nanobatteries

Abstract:
In more ways than one, it's a delicate balancing act that mPhase Technologies Inc. wants to execute.

Nobody scoffs at the goal. Working in partnership with Bell Labs, mPhase has demonstrated a proof-of-concept nanobattery crammed with filaments of silicon "nanograss" only a few hundred microns high and is working on a prototype that can illuminate a light-emitting diode. On Dec. 16, it reported that the military, oil industry and homeland defense expressed interest in using its nanobatteries to power sensors.

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