This week, the New York Battery and Energy Storage (NY-BEST) technology consortium brought industry leaders and businesses together to discuss innovation in the field.*
And now, researchers are returning to the human body for new inspiration on storing and harnessing energy.
Kevin MacVittie is a graduate research assistant at Clarkson University in Potsdam, NY.
He and faculty member Evgeny Katz, have been working on using the components of human blood to power micro-electronics.