The scientists at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory created the world’s most durable battery. It can withstand fire, any chemical compounds, water and even shots.
A team of researchers led by physicists at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) for five years developed a lithium-ion battery that is resistant to all kinds of deformations. Scientists tried to cut, bend, shoot at it and soak in various substances, but it continued to work. Researchers have now made it fireproof, according to Hightech.fm.