The latest news in lithium-sulfur battery technology
Among the promising alternatives to today's energy storage technologies are lithium-sulfur batteries, though they tend to quickly degrade and die. A new design promises to change that through the integration of a rare metalloid called tellurium.
Scientists in Singapore are reporting a new type of semi-solid electrolyte that shores up the safety of a lithium-sulfur batteries, which hold huge, untapped potential when it comes to energy storage.
Scientists from McGill University are suggesting a novel microdose formulation of lithium could not only slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease in its initial stages but potentially improve cognition at the early stages of decline.
An international team of scientists believes it has overcome a key hurdle in lithium-sulfur battery technology thanks to a new type of bonding architecture, resulting in a highly stable device that could keep a smartphone running for days.