Posted By: Adrian Garcia | Feb 24, 2013 at 1:11 am EST
Two UCLA Researchers discover Battery that charges in seconds
[dropcap2]T[/dropcap2]wo UCLA researchers, Ric Kaner and Maher El-Kady, who were actually experimenting with ways to manufacture graphene in a better way, have accidentally created a graphene supercapacitor that can potentially revolutionize the world of batteries and technology. Their supercapacitor, which is easy to manufacture, is biodegradable and is amazingly able to charge up to 1000 times faster than a normal battery.
They quickly realized the applications their discovery could have on future technologies, imagining charging an iPhone in 30 seconds, or fully charging an electric car in minutes. And best of all the supercapacitor is biodegradable.
Watch The Video Below
[posts_carousel category=”art” items=”9″]