1. Stanford Breakthrough Might Triple Battery Life

    Stanford Breakthrough Might Triple Battery Life

    Annoyed by how often your cellphone needs recharging? Stanford researchers say they've made a major step toward the "holy grail" of energy storage — a pure lithium battery. A team that includes former Energy secretary Steven Chu says it's building a lithium anode battery that might give electric vehicles a 300-mile driving range and triple a cellphone's juice. Stanford professor Yi Cui says it will likely take three to five years, though, to bring the product to market.

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    1. If we can triple the energy density and simultaneously decrease the cost four-fold, that would be very exciting.
    2. It's not clear he has achieved that goal with a sufficiently cheap process.
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