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Extensible biological flexible cell
In December 16th 2017, a team of researchers at the University of Binghamton developed a bacterial bioenergy battery made entirely of textiles by creating a biological battery made entirely of textiles. Maximum power can be generated similar to that generated by paper-based microbial fuel cells prior to the use of such batteries.
The researchers say flexible textile cells are based on low-cost graphite materials and use simple screen printing technology. The electrode is very stable because of the strong interaction between the ink and the textile, and has good operation safety and long cycle life, the battery itself also supports rapid charging, flexible materials allow washing. Under repeated stretching and cyclic torsion, these bicentennials, which depend entirely on textiles, have stable power generation capacity.