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Virus Driven Engines

Researchers at MIT have genetically engineered viruses to make the anode and cathode of a  lithium ion battery, which has as much power and capacity as the rechargeable batteries currently being developed for hybrid cars. The batteries, which use commonly found bacteriophages, are cheap to make and contain no toxic chemicals.

Read the full article at Fast Company.


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