Scientists use "crumpled graphene balls" to beef-up battery power

Scientists at Northwestern University in the US have found what they claim is a way to use so-called “crumpled graphene balls” to make better batteries. They believe that lithium-metal batteries could turn the technology industry “upside down”, powering anything from mobile devices to connected cars.

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