NTU researchers use 3D printing to produce complex waste paper scaffolds to yield carbon for eco-friendly rechargeable batteries

Researchers at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) have developed a method to turn waste paper into carbon. From the resulting carbon, they also subsequently manufacture complex scaffolding structures for novel electrodes, which can be used in rechargeable batteries, using 3D printing.

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