The deposition process is fairly low-tech: a squeegee will do (Image: KAIST)
KAIST's device can generate electricity from bodily heat (Image: KAIST)
Unlike previous designs, KAIST's thermoelectric generator is highly flexible, with a bend radius of 20 mm (Image: KAIST)
Researchers at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have developed a lightweight, flexible and high-efficiency thermoelectric generator that can harness your body heat to generate a small amount of electricity. The device could be used to extend the battery life of low-power wearable devices.
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