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DARPA selects six teams to enhance the performance of electrochemical systems

Six teams of industry and university researchers have been chosen for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s Morphogenic Interfaces (MINT) program, which aims to enhance the performance and persistence of batteries, anti-corrosion coatings, and other electrochemical systems that power and protect critical Department of Defense hardware and platforms. The teams will develop novel solid-solid electrochemical interfaces for solid-state batteries and solid-liquid interfaces for corrosion-resistant coatings. These solutions can power everything from warfighter battery packs to unmanned aerial and ground vehicles, with the potential for commercial applications.

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