Advancement in thermoelectricity could light up the Internet of Things

Imagine stoplights and cars communicating with each other to optimize the flow of traffic. This isn’t science fiction—it’s the Internet of Things (IoT), i.e., objects that sense their surroundings and respond via the internet. As the global population rises and such technologies continue to develop, you might wonder—what will power this digital world of tomorrow?

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