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St. Louis Scientists Develop ‘Smart Bricks’ That Can Store Electricity


“Ordinary red bricks can now be transformed into energy storage units, with a little help from a team of chemists and engineers at Washington University.

The bricks, which cost about $3 to make, are powerful enough to illuminate an LED light bulb — and could someday provide a new way to store renewable energy.”

Read the full article on St. Louis Public Radio

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