Cuttlefish is the key to safer implanted batteries

01/29/2014 | Architect Magazine online

Ink from the cuttlefish holds potential as a biologically benign material for batteries powering implanted medical devices, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have found. The melanin pigments in the cuttlefish ink have shown a capacity for greater energy storage than synthetics based on melanin.

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