Wireless Power

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  1. 1901. Tesla's Wardenclyffe tower in Shoreham, Long Island, New York.
  2. Stanford scientists working on wireless power. ((Stanford.))
  3. 2014-00-00. Wireless power receiver the size of a grain of rice.
  4. 2014-05-09. Gumi South Korea has electric bus recharged by wires in the street.
  5. 2014-10-08. World of wireless power at MIT. ((MIT.))
  6. 2015-10-08. Wireless power for vehicles. ((Toyohashi University of Technology))
  7. 2016-06-00. Cnet, how wireless power works with appliances.
  8. 2017-02-00. Wireless power can transmit power throughout a room
  9. 2018-05-17. Robofly gets its power from lasers. ((University of Washington.))
  10. 2018-06. Wireless power can deliver power inside the body
  11. 2018-08-09. Wireless power for DJI drones, Seattle startup Wibotic.