We could one day charge our phone while jogging thanks to a nanogeneration breakthrough by City University of Hong Kong researchers.

Hong Kong breakthrough that lets us power handsets as we walk, jog or type – and could make batteries obsolete

A motion nanogenerator developed by a City University team, and which could fit in a jacket lining or sports shoe sole, taps the body’s energy to power our gadgets far more efficiently than has previously been achieved

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We could one day charge our phone while jogging thanks to a nanogeneration breakthrough by City University of Hong Kong researchers.
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Originally from Kent, England, former Naval officer and entrepreneur, Stuart Heaver is a full-time freelance writer and features journalist living and working in Hong Kong. He loves his job, the sea and his family but not necessarily in that order.