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Typically when people think of a “virus” they think of the cause of an illness, or something bad happening to their computer, but researchers at MIT say a genetically modified virus may improve the cars we drive one day. In a paper published in the journal Nature Communications, work on lithium-air batteries found that adding […]

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Could it be that the laboratory that once ushered in the atomic age has developed the battery chemistry that will enable affordable electric cars with 300-400 mile range? This is one implication for Oak Ridge National Laboratory‘s solid state nanotechnology based lithium-sulfur chemistry developed between 2007-2013. As we reported last month, ORNL announced it as […]

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