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Scientists discover how to use bricks as batteries

Nanofibers fill the bricks' pores and are capable of storing a charge. Image:  Grooveland Designs

Jordan Davidson
Writer, EcoWatch
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The researchers filled bricks' pores with a nanofiber made from a conducting plastic that can store an electrical charge. Image: Nature
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