Will portable electronics be powered by the human body? Scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology think so.

In a win for sustainable energy, scientists have announced that they are in the process of utilizing nanotechnology to create self-generated power. While still in the experimental stages, the goal would allow for any “work” done by and to the human body to generate energy that could be later channeled into portable devices from the iPhone to PSP.

Presenting their findings at the American Chemical Society, Dr. Zhong Lin Wang of the Georgia Institute of Technology explained the technology to The Telegraph:

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