Nanotechnology PhD Student Uses Silkworms to Store, Transmit Energy in Fabrics
October 17, 2019
Under the supervision of Nageh Allam, professor in the Department of Physics, Ali worked with silkworms to produce electrically conductive silk that can be used in several technological applications, such as supercapacitor electrodes, or devices that store energy. Ali’s research further focused on producing wearable fabrics that are capable of storing and transmitting energy.
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