Battery built out of virus could power iPods, cars

Scientists have engineered a virus that could form a battery three times more powerful than those found in gadgets today.
The bio-battery could conceivably power mp3 players, mobile phones, and possibly even a car.
The genes in the virus, dubbed M13, were modified to collect negatively charged particles and build a powerful, tiny electrode out of metal compounds and carbon nanotubes.

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