NTU Singapore scientists use fruit peel to turn old batteries into new



Published on : 27-Aug-2020

Scientists led by NTU Singapore have developed a novel method of using fruit peel waste to extract and reuse precious metals from spent lithium-ion batteries in order to create new batteries.

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The Straits Times, 19 Sep, page B11
TODAY, 26 Aug
Lianhe Zaobao, 31 Aug, page 4
Berita Harian, 27 Aug, page 3
CNA (10pm), 13 Sep
Ch5 (9pm), 13 Sep
Suria (9pm), 13 Sep
CNA938, 13 Sep
Channel 8 online, 26 Aug
BeritaMediacorp online, 30 Aug
Asian Scientist, 7 Sep
Mothership, 1 Sep
Eco-Business, 4 Sep
Malay Mail, 26 Aug
TGCom24 (Italy), 31 Aug
Science Daily (US), 26 Aug
New Atlas (Canada), 26 Aug
Sci Tech Daily (US), 29 Aug
News18 (India), 27 Aug
MSN India, 27 Aug
Climate News Network (UK), 4 Sep
EQ International (India), 28 Aug
The Engineer (UK), 27 Aug
Tian Tian Kuai Bao, Tencent (China), 28 Aug
Sina (China), 27 Aug 
Unwire HK, 31 Aug
Buzz Orange (HK), 1 Sep
HK Silicon, 1 Sep
Tech News (Taiwan), 31 Aug
Recycling International, 7 Sep
AZoCleantech (US), 26 Aug
Il Denaro (Italy), 26 Aug
Sapo (Brazil), 27 Aug
Ardina (Brazil), 27 Aug
Scienmag (US), 27 Aug
Nanowerk (US), 27 Aug
Bioengineer, 26 Aug
Newscabal (UK), 27 Aug 
Knowridge (Australia), 27 Aug
Non Perele (US), 27 Aug
The Optimist Daily (US), 29 Aug

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