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September 12th, 2005

Putting power into battery research

Abstract:
Research now underway in both private- and public-sector laboratories is designed to make the next generation of portable power cells far smaller, more powerful and longer lasting than anything in use today. Organizations big and small are collaborating to make this happen and are focusing on nanotechnology as their principal strategy.

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