Brown researchers, U.S. Army collaborate to build better battery

ARTHUR VON WALD CRESCE, one of the U.S. Army Research Laboratory's researchers in electrochemistry, says the lab's partnership with Brown University could help design the next generation of lithium-ion batteries with improved performance and durability. / COURTESY U.S. ARMY RESEARCH LABORATORY
ARTHUR VON WALD CRESCE, one of the U.S. Army Research Laboratory's researchers in electrochemistry, says the lab's partnership with Brown University could help design the next generation of lithium-ion batteries with improved performance and durability. / COURTESY U.S. ARMY RESEARCH LABORATORY
PROVIDENCE – Brown University on Aug. 7 announced a partnership with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory, the Army’s research and engineering arm headquartered in Maryland, to improve the battery life of GPS devices, mobile phones, laptops and other military field equipment. The collaboration is part of a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement between military and…

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