South Korean Scientists Develop World’s First Bendable Lithium-Ion Battery

by Lidija Grozdanic, 01/18/13

The world’s first imprintable and bendable battery, developed by scientists from South Korea, could pave the way for flexible mobile devices in the near future. According to their research, the new lithium-ion batteries are not only bendable, but more stable and less likely to overheat or catch fire than conventional batteries. This technology could lead to the creation of flexible smartphones or other electronic devices, as well as the development of new apps that could change the way consumers interact with their phones.

Read more: South Korean Scientists Develop World's First Bendable Lithium-Ion Battery | Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building.

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