NIH Awards Bettergy SBIR Phase I Grant to Develop Battery for Backup Power

NIH Awards Bettergy SBIR Phase I Grant to Develop Battery for Backup Power

The National Institutes of Health awarded Bettergy an SBIR Phase I grant to develop a low-cost battery that can be used as backup power during emergencies for people using powered medical devices.

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