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Directory:Tel Aviv Nano Battery

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Nano battery developed at the University of Tel Aviv in Israel, is said to be as thick as a strand of hair, to recharge faster, to be safer, and to hold up under extreme heat.


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Official Websites

Prof. Menachem Nathan - profile page at Tel Aviv Univ.

Latest Developments

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Announced Nov. 17, 2006


"A team of university scientists developed the technology for fast charge/discharge batteries that eliminates fire hazards of lithium-based batteries and could mark an alternative source of power for mobile devices."

"The battery would be especially sought for military applications in equipment used under extreme heat conditions."


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Company Profile

Tel Aviv University has sponsored an effort to develop and patent nano-battery technology. Professor Menachem Nathan is head of the nano-battery project at Tel Aviv University. Organizers said the university would seek an Asian partner for production and marketing. They cited such companies as Sony or Toshiba.

In the News

Introducing the nano battery, as thick as a strand of hair (World Tribune November 17, 2006)


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See also



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