The advent of nanogenerators is just around the corner

    Scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology are developing a nanogenerator that generates energy from blood flow, pulsating veins, and a heartbeat.

    At the moment, scientists have already managed to create a nanodevice, which, when immersed in a biological "fluid" medium, can generate electricity by absorbing ultrasonic waves. According to researchers, the device will be suitable for use in implants and as an energy source for the so-called "personal electronics".

    via Engadget

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