Batteries of the future Batteries of the future
Lecture.01

Solid electrolyte batteries (1) Solid electrolyte batteries (1)

These will serve as the power source for permanent artificial kidneys.

Lecture.02

Solid electrolyte batteries (2) Solid electrolyte batteries (2)

The battery materials will contain no moisture so can cope with extreme temperature changes.

Lecture.03

Bio-batteries Bio-batteries

These batteries will generate electricity from glucose in the blood, so will be useful to the healthcare field.

Lecture.04

Seawater batteries Seawater batteries

These batteries will generate electricity from seawater, so will serve as a clean and economical source of energy.

Lecture.05

Paper batteries Paper batteries

These batteries will be as thin as paper and able to be reshaped freely.

Lecture.06

Temperature batteries Temperature batteries

An eco-friendly battery which uses changes in temperature to generate electricity.

Lecture.07

Ultramicroscopic batteries Ultramicroscopic batteries

Their extremely small sizes mean they could be used in any small devices across a wide range of fields.

Lecture.08

Plastic batteries Plastic batteries

Plastic itself can serve as a battery, so it wouldn’t need a case and there would be no restrictions on shape.

Lecture.09

25-year batteries 25-year batteries

Emergency power sources which can be used when needed, even after 25 years.

Lecture.10

Clothing batteries Clothing batteries

The actual clothing would work as a solar cell, making this battery both convenient and eco-friendly.