Engineers at Binghamton University have created a paper origami biobattery that gets its charge from a drop of dirty water.
By Carey Reed
Robert Lang, who studies lasers, gave up his Silicon Valley job to concentrate full-time on his life lifelong artistic interest in origami.
Eight years ago, physicist Robert Lang's career path took an unusual turn. The laser physicist and lifelong origami artist quit his Silicon Valley job to concentrate full-time on origami.
By PBS NewsHour
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