Just when you think science can’t get any smaller they go and build something half the size!
Now scientists have created batteries that are made from copier paper and thus are very thin. This method is not only small like the nanotubes that have already been demonstrated but it is also very cheap.
This however is not the only reason for using paper. It is able to bend and fold much more than its metal and plastic counterparts due to its millions of interconnected fibres which fortunately also is a perfect scaffold for carbon nanotubes and potentially mounting devices although on a small scale.