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+ - Yeast-powered fuel cell feeds on human blood

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holy_calamity writes "Canadian researchers have taken an sensible, if slightly creepy, step towards solving the problem of medical implant batteries running down. They've built a fuel cell powered by yeast that feed on the glucose in human blood. If this makes it into people, keeping your implants going will be as simple as eating a donut."
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Yeast-powered fuel cell feeds on human blood

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