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Power Week in Review: Formula 1 'Power Unit,' Implantable Energy Harvester & Programmable Controller
1/30/2014

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A thin, flexible mechanical energy harvester, with a rectifier and microbattery, could power an implantable device like a pacemaker indefinitely when implanted on a constantly moving organ.(Source: University of Illinois/University of Arizona)
A thin, flexible mechanical energy harvester, with a rectifier and microbattery, could power an implantable device like a pacemaker indefinitely when implanted on a constantly moving organ.
(Source: University of Illinois/University of Arizona)

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