Embedded Power

January 2022
 Cellulose Material Converts Heat to Electricity
It’s always funny how one material or composite that you never associate with electronics pops up as part of research for one purpose and then comes up again soon after for a totally different area. In this column in November, I wrote about how researchers from Brown University and the University of Maryland had used cellulose nanofibrils, which are derived from wood, combined with copper,
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