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New Sony Bio-Battery Runs on Glucose

August 22, 2007

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This woman is holding Sony’s new glucose-operated battery in one hand and a MP3 player powered by it in the other. Sony successfully figured out how to generate the most power out of carbohydrates by breaking down enzymes that release active energy, which then can power small electronic devices. Fun!

You can watch a demo video of how this works on the press release site (it’s in Japanese).

 

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Now imagine that thing in you, pulling glucose out of you and powering your ipod or cell phone.

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