Batteries Not Included

Technology’s Stories vol. 5, no. 3 – doi: 10.15763/jou.ts.2017.08.27.01 PDF: Kapoor_Batteries Not Included In 1881, Professor Silvanus Thompson, a physics lecturer at the University of Bristol applauded the development of accumulators (secondary batteries) and suggested that they offered a gateway to the future of railway transportation, demolition, telephony, wind/water power utilization, and lighting.[1] For Thompson, … Continue reading Batteries Not Included