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VIRGINIA – A new method of converting body heat into electricity has been developed using a type of smart fabric – and may help power wearable devices attached to the body. The work, carried out by Purdue University in Virginia, sees a flexible thermoelectric ‘generator’ use semiconductor strings woven into a fabric. This generator can convert heat from any type of complex surface into a small amount of electricity.

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