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Engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are turning wood pulp, a common waste material, into a flooring that generates electricity
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Xudong Wang and his team at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have invented a new type of flooring that converts footsteps into usable energy. (Stephanie Precourt/UW-Madison College of Engineering)
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