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A wearable supercapacitor that stores energy using human sweat has been developed and demonstrated in the UK by Ravinder Dahiya and colleagues at the University of Glasgow’s Bendable Electronics and Sensing Technologies Group. The team created the device by depositing a specialized polymer onto a highly absorbent cloth. Their design addresses many of the problems facing designers of flexible energy storage systems and could lead to a diverse range of new technological applications.

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