Nanogenerators Can Create Electricity From Blood Flow

Nanogenerators Can Create Electricity From Blood Flow

A new invention can overcome the problem of periodically replacing implantable medical devices.

Naresh Kumar
  • 15 july 2010

Dr. Yong Shi of the Stevens Institute of Technology has created extremely tiny generators that can be implanted in the human body to harness the mechanical energy of  flowing blood to create electricity.

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