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Nature's billion-year-old battery key to storing energy

Montreal, April 19, 2011 — New research at Concordia University is bringing us one step closer to clean energy. It is possible to extend the length of time a battery-like enzyme can store energy from seconds to hours, a study published in the Journal of The American Chemical Society shows. read more
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  This article was originally published on the website of Concordia University. New research at Concordia University is bringing us one step closer to clean energy. It is possible to extend the length of time a battery-like enzyme c...

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