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+ - Body heat could charge your cellphone

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "There are some remarkable research findings on energy conversion thatbeen published in the most recent edition of Nature. Looks like scientists have discovered a much more efficient way to use silicon to convert heat into electricity — for use in a variety of products ranging from cars to portable electronics. Actually it could be a relativelys imple answer to a complex question: Rough nanowires are about 100x more efficient than smooth nanowires, an article on TG Daily suggests. Interestingly, no one appears to know why that is."
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