Silicon nanowires inch towards production scale-up with new tool from Amprius and Meyer Burger

For the better part of a decade, silicon-based battery anodes have disappointed: The research group of Yi Cui published their highly influential paper on silicon nanowires in Nature Nanotechnology in 2008, but today their startup Amprius is not making that morphology. Instead, it pivoted to a muc...

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