4/28/2014

2014 Technology Reports

Mr. Welch (5th/6th)

How Small Can it Be

by Charlie Sheen


        Have you ever wondered how small things get.  This report is about Nanotechnology. In this report I will teach you about Paper Batteries.  For example,The Paper Battery is the size of a quarter and holds the amount of 250 DVDs. Then, you will Learn about Size, like A single carbon NanoTube is 100,00 times smaller than a human hair.  Finally, you will read about The Uses for Nanotech. I’ll bet you didn’t know It can be used to test if someone has Cancer.

Paper Battery

        this 218 byte paragraph is about the storage. According to Stanford News, The paper battery can store up to 250 DVDs.  That means instead of lugging around a bunch of DVDs you can just have one Small paper battery

        this quick paragraph is about Speed. coming from money.cnn, When the paper battery is released you can charge your phone in 30 seconds. Now instead of having to wait the most lonely and painful 5 minutes of your life you only have to wait the most lonely and painful 30 seconds of your life

 

        This short is about the wait for release. mashable.com says, It should be release in the late 2016. Now this goes to prove that we are getting more technological and we will only have to wait 2 more years for all these amazing features.

Size

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Uses

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