Biochemical Energy Generation
A majority of energy generation comes from creating rotary motion to move magnets past conductive material. Biochemical electricity comes from living organisms, like bacteria, algae, and viruses.
How to use swamp muck to generate electricity
This guide shows how to use swamp muck and a few other materials to create a microbial fuel cell that can harvest electricity generated by bacteria.
Researchers have developed a way to use a virus to generate electricity
Researchers at MIT have figured out how to alter a virus in order to augment existing electrode technology.