Bionic mushrooms generate electricity
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There have been various innovations that seek to find alternative forms of energy production. This data centre uses excess urban heat and a new low-tech website runs only on solar power. With fossil fuels becoming ever more depleted, the need for clean energy sources has never been greater. New research has now also revealed a way to generate electricity from patches of mushrooms. A team of researchers from New Jersey's Stevens Institute of Technology, led by Manu Mannoor and Sudeep Joshi, have discovered a bionic mushroom that can generate electricity. Their work began with living mushrooms and 3D-printing a branched pattern…
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