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This diamond battery is made from nuclear waste

Scientists have developed an ingenious means of converting nuclear power plant waste (76,430 metric tons in the US alone) into sustainable diamond batteries. Image: REUTERS/Baz Ratner

Jess Vilvestre

Writer, Futurism

Patrick Caughill

Associate Editor, Futurism

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