A new biodegradable battery fueled by sugar could replace standard lithium-ion batteries in cellphones within three years.
An architect couple founded The Sugar Lab, a company that 3D prints beautiful sugar sculptures.
Lithium, the element that is often used as a medication to battle bi-polar disorder and to power most laptop and phone batteries, is not the most ubiquitous element on the planet. Hence the price of our batteries. Japanese researchers, though, may have discovered a way to use sugar to power batteries.
A new type of fuel cell points to a future where gadgets could be powered by the same fuel as 10 year old kids - sugar!
Talk about the separation of science and religion. A group of Israeli scientists printed the entire text of the Hebrew Bible on to an area smaller than half a grain of sugar, no doubt enraging anti-science religious zealots and...