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Press Release 07-036
Minuscule Generators Convert Motion Into Nanoscale Electricity Source

Energy from tiny movements, ultrasound waves and even bloodflow can charge the devices

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Georgia Tech researcher Zhong Lin Wang holds a prototype nanogenerator.

Georgia Tech researcher Zhong Lin Wang holds a prototype nanogenerator that was fabricated using an array of zinc oxide nanowires. Wang is a Regents Professor in the Georgia Tech School of Materials Science and Engineering.

Credit: Georgia Tech Photo: Gary Meek


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A prototype DC nanogenerator was fabricated using an array of zinc oxide nanowires.

A prototype nanogenerator was fabricated using an array of zinc oxide nanowires. The nanogenerator was developed by a team of researchers led by Zhong Lin Wang, a Regents Professor in the Georgia Tech School of Materials Science and Engineering.

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