On July 15, 2018, it was learned from the Keda Coal Chemistry Research Institute that a special carbon anode material for high-capacity high-density lithium batteries with pure carbon as the main component was introduced in the hospital. This lithium battery was prepared from a new material. It can achieve a cruising range of 600 kilometers. 
In October 2018, Professor Liang Jiajie and Professor Chen Yongsheng of Nankai University cooperated with Lai Chao's research group of Jiangsu Normal University to successfully prepare a silver nanowire-graphene three-dimensional porous carrier with multi-stage structure, and supported metal lithium as a composite anode material. This carrier can inhibit the generation of lithium dendrites, thereby achieving ultra-high-speed charging of the battery, and is expected to greatly extend the "life" of the lithium battery. The research results are published in the latest issue of Advanced Materials.