Humans have used water to generate energy for literally thousands of years. From watermills that power factories to hydroelectric dams that power, well, all of Nevada, flowing water has proven to be one of the handiest sources of energy there is. What if we could do the same thing with flowing blood? (Asking for a friend.) In 2017, Chinese scientists announced that they had developed a device to do just that.
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Written by Ashley Hamer September 21, 2017
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