In an effort to reduce dependency on hard-to-source cobalt and Chinese manufacturing, US makers are finally getting into the cathode business.
Many solar and wind projects face a problem: getting the energy from where it’s made to where it’s needed.
As EV sales increase, supplies of lithium may get tight. So some companies are incorporating cells with sodium, which provides almost as big a charge.
Battery packs are designed to stuff a lot of energy into a small amount of space. Some think they should be built for recycling too.
Human behavior has changed along with the virus and public health measures to contain it. For modelers, it’s a curveball.
Children and teens have been spared the worst of the pandemic, but without vaccines they’re sitting ducks as the virus rages. What risks are they facing?
Gone are the easy, thoughtless choices of hot vax summer. Making decisions that balance safety and sanity just got a lot more complicated.
Hopes for a “normal” fall have been dashed by variants and low vaccine uptake. Businesses and the White House think requiring shots can turn things around.
Researchers think these flexible semiconductors will be able to monitor your heartbeat or tell you whether your milk has spoiled.