• ravi
  • 2 Years ago
  • 0  Comments
  • 27  Views
  • (0)
  • story
Researchers harness static electricity from your twitchiness to charge batteries

Related Stories

If you're the fidgety type, new research from Georga Tech may one day turn your nervous energy into a fully charged cellphone. The scientists, who previously borrowed piezoelectric power from walking, created static electricity generated from movement between plastic and metal, similar to the way a balloon can be electrified by rubbing it on your hair. The c... Read more

         Click here for the full story

(For updates you can share with your friends, follow Taaza News on Facebook, Twitter and Google+)

Source  engadget.com
Tags       your

Related News

Researchers create self-healing batteries inspired by artificial robot 'skin'

Researchers create self-healing batteries inspired by artificial robot 'skin' Researchers create self-healing batteries inspired by artifi...

engadget.com: (8 Months ago)

In the race to create a better battery, scientists have gazed longingly at silicon, prized for its ability to hold copious energy during charging. The material has a significant drawback however: it l... Read more

Submitted by: aamikal         Source

Researchers develop battery boosting Power Felt, encourages you to sit on your phone

Researchers develop battery boosting Power Felt, encourages you to sit on your phone Researchers develop battery boosting Power Felt, encourages ...

engadget.com: (2 Years ago)

For whatever reason, researchers have long been stuck on the idea of harnessing the wasted energy potential of the human body. We've seen our nation's brightest try to siphon power off of our spare bo... Read more

Submitted by: kush         Source

Don't phase out kerosene, researchers tell government

Don't phase out kerosene, researchers tell government Don't phase out kerosene, researchers tell government

news.taaza.com: (11 Months ago)

Bangalore, Aug 26 (IANS) Indian scientists who have developed an improved lantern that uses kerosene have advised the government not to phase out the poor man's fuel on environmental grounds. Kerose... Read more

Submitted by: chandan         Source

Hydrobee Lets You Charge A Battery From A Fast-Flowing River To Juice Up USB Devices Off-Grid

Hydrobee Lets You Charge A Battery From A Fast-Flowing River To Juice Up USB Devices Off-Grid Hydrobee Lets You Charge A Battery From A Fast-Flowing River...

techcrunch.com: (8 Months ago)

We've seen fire harnessed to power a phone charger for the great outdoors, with the nifty FlameStower, now meet Hydrobee: another Kickstarter project aiming to provide an off grid alternative for char... Read more

Submitted by: akash         Source

Researchers flaunt flying bike, no mention of alien-caching basket (video)

Researchers flaunt flying bike, no mention of alien-caching basket (video) Researchers flaunt flying bike, no mention of alien-caching ...

engadget.com: (1 Year ago)

Researchers from several Czech companies have managed to make a bicycle soar with the aid of six electric motor-driven propellers. Looking like an over-sized quadrocopter drone, the bike was actually ... Read more

Submitted by: geetika         Source

NASA clarifies, invites banned Chinese researchers

NASA clarifies, invites banned Chinese researchers NASA clarifies, invites banned Chinese researchers

news.taaza.com: (9 Months ago)

Washington, Oct 20 (IANS) Chinese researchers who were banned from attending a NASA conference on exoplanets - planets that orbit a star outside the solar system - research have received a letter of ... Read more

Submitted by: ajay         Source

Our work mostly goes unrecognized, say women researchers (Science Feature)

Our work mostly goes unrecognized, say women researchers (Science Feature) Our work mostly goes unrecognized, say women researchers (Sc...

news.taaza.com: (5 Months ago)

Jammu, Feb 9 (IANS) Soon after giving birth to a baby girl, London-based biologist Aarathi Prasad was told by her boss that she no longer worked as hard as she was expected to. Having a family was he... Read more

Submitted by: hemant         Source

Researchers Build New Batteries That Charge Instantly And Hold Hours Of Juice

Researchers Build New Batteries That Charge Instantly And Hold Hours Of Juice Researchers Build New Batteries That Charge Instantly And Ho...

techcrunch.com: (1 Year ago)

A group of researchers at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have created microbatteries that charge 1,000 times faster than normal batteries and can, feasibly, "jump-start a car" while poweri... Read more

Submitted by: davidR         Source



Taaza News Subcategories

 

Subscribe to the Latest headlines

 News  Lifestyle  Technology
 Sports  Entertainment

Frequency: