Scientists cook up a rechargeable battery that’s safe to eat

Development of the ingestible battery was led by Mario Caironi, coordinator of the printed and molecular electronics lab at IIT. The battery cell uses riboflavin (vitamin B2) as an anode and the antioxidant quercetin as its cathode. Nori seaweed (think sushi) serves as the separator to avoid short circuits, and…

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