Flexible Battery Can Be Woven Right Into Your Clothes

Flexible Battery Can Be Woven Right Into Your Clothes

Scientists create smart textiles that could emit a distress signal or save a person's life.

Emma Hutchings
  • 7 february 2012

A team of scientists from the Polytechnic School of Montreal in Canada, led by Maksim Skorobogatiy, have come up with a flexible battery that can be woven into fabrics to create smart textiles. The battery could provide power for gadgets to monitor our health, and even save lives.

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