|"Pee"-Powered, humm am i saying the same pee which ur thinking ?
The answer is simple "YES". The small sized unit could be a useful power source for cheap healthcare test kits for diseases like diabetes, and could even be used in emergency situations to power a cellphone.
The Person You are seeing on the left side is: Ki Bang Lee, Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology in Singapore, holds a urine-powered micro battery.
“We are striving to develop cheap, disposable credit-card sized biochips for disease detection” and he continues “Our battery can be easily integrated into such devices, supplying electricity on contact with biofluids such as urine or blood.”
What you are seeing on the right z a closer view on the
So dont wasting your pee.