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Generating Power Out of Thin Air

News   Feb 18, 2020 | Original story from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

 
Generating Power Out of Thin Air

Graphic image of a thin film of protein nanowires generating electricity from atmospheric humidity. UMass Amherst researchers say the device can literally make electricity out of thin air. Credit: UMass Amherst/Yao and Lovley labs.

 
 
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