NaNaNaNa, banana to the rescue!
Science may come up with a brilliant solution — but in the meantime, it’s important to avoid microbeads.
To be fair it works with other plants too, but I was shooting for a culinary title.
A team of researchers from the KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Stanford University has developed a method for making elastic, shock-resistant, high-capacity batteries from wood pulp.
When you think of timber technology, the first things that come to mind may be constructing homes, wooden tools and, of course, paper. Oregon State University researchers have found, however, that trees could be employed in a process that produces building blocks for supercapacitors – high tech energy storage devices that are considered paramount for the future’s energy needs and applications. Scientists found