"Materials research transcends the traditional disciplines and exciting new advances tend to appear at the interfaces between these fields," said Craig Arnold, acting director of PRISM and associate professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
People depend on lithium-ion batteries every day to power cellphones, laptops and other electronic devices, and perhaps one day to run cars. This video shows how Craig Arnold, an associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at Princeton University, is working to make those batteries last longer and provide more energy.
We all depend upon lithium-ion batteries every day to power our cellphones and laptops. Craig Arnold is working to make those batteries last longer and provide more energy.