A Powerful New Battery Could Give Us Electric Planes That Don’t Pollute

A manufacturing trick with magnetic fields produces a battery that may discharge fast enough to get an aircraft off the ground. Chiang, a materials science professor and serial battery entrepreneur, has spent much of his career studying how slightly different arrangements of those sticks and spheres add up to radically different outcomes in energy storage. READ MORE ON: MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW

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