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Oxford study shows how tiny bacteria ‘wind farms’ could power electronics

Oxford study shows how tiny bacteria farms could power electronics  #IoT MT @evankirstel

  • “Even huge arrays of rotors won’t power your entire cell phone.
  • The key finding was placing an entire array of rotors in active turbulence.
  • Posted 19 hours ago by Lucia Maffei ( @maffei_lucia )
  • 8 hours ago | Khaled “Tito” Hamze
  • The team discovered that as long as the rotors were close enough together, every single rotor in the simulation permanently obeyed the pattern.

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@TamaraMcCleary: “Oxford study shows how tiny bacteria farms could power electronics #IoT MT @evankirstel”


A team of scientists from Oxford University used a virtual prototype to demonstrate how the natural movement of bacteria could be harnessed to turn..


Oxford study shows how tiny bacteria ‘wind farms’ could power electronics