Saturday, 1 October 2016

Now fish can charge their own tracking tags

Self-powering technology is showing up in a lot of places from clothing to tires, but fish seem to have been left out – until now. Scientists at the US Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in Richland, Washington have developed a piezoelectric self-charging tracking tag that generates electricity from the fish's own movements, allowing researchers to keep tabs on them more accurately for longer periods of time.

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Category: Environment


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