It’s Possible To Make Nuclear Diamond Batteries from Nuclear Waste Which Last 5000+ Years!

Scientists from the University of Bristol Cabot Institute are have been able to make a diamond in the lab that can generate electricity from upcycled radioactive waste! The scientists have found a way to heat the radioactive graphite to release most of the radioactivity in a gaseous form. The gas is, then, subjected to high temperature and low pressures that turn it into a man-made diamond. When placed near a radioactive field, these diamonds generate a small electrical current! How cool is that?!