UT’s John Goodenough, inventor of the lithium-ion battery, led a team of engineers in what’s being called a “breakthrough” in battery technology.
UT’s John Goodenough, inventor of the lithium-ion battery, led a team of engineers in what’s being called a “breakthrough” in battery technology. Marsha Miller Cockrell School of Engineering/UT
UT’s John Goodenough, inventor of the lithium-ion battery, led a team of engineers in what’s being called a “breakthrough” in battery technology. Marsha Miller Cockrell School of Engineering/UT

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