Using Fabric to Power Everyday Electronics
See how NUS researchers have developed an ultra-thin, self-charging fabric that is capable of generating electricity using air moisture.
"Our device shows excellent scalability at a low fabrication cost. Compared to other MEG structures and devices, our invention is simpler and easier for scaling-up integrations and connections. We believe it holds vast promise for commercialisation," said Assistant Professor Tan Swee Ching from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering.