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The Faraday Institution launches new programme to research battery technologies for developing countries and emerging economies

Scientific, socio-economic and techno-economic studies to advance the use of energy storage to provide access to clean, sustainable and reliable energy.

Faraday Institution publishes 2020 update to its study “UK Electric Vehicle and Battery Production Potential to 2040”

UK at risk of falling further behind Europe for battery manufacturing

Researchers virtually ‘unwind’ lithium battery

An international team led by researchers at UCL has revealed new insights into the workings of a lithium battery by virtually “unrolling” its coil of electrode layers using an algorithm designed for papyrus scrolls.

Recruitment of PhD Researchers – please help

To all Faraday Institution Researchers Can you help our partner universities generate a large pool of high-quality applicants for our…

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Appointment of Prof Andrea Russell to Expert Panel

We are pleased to announce that Andrea Russell, Professor of Physical Electrochemistry at the University of Southampton, will join the…

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Events update – January 2020

Details of recent and forthcoming events at which members of the Faraday Institution participated or are organising. University of Oxford…

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Introduction to Stephen Parry

Stephen Parry joins the Faraday Institution as Technical Specialist Technical Specialist Stephen Parry recently joined the Faraday Institution on secondment…

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Noticeboard – January 2020

  Read some of the 30 items of news coverage about the Faraday Institution, about awards received by our researchers and…

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Update from the Royce Institute

Business Engagement Manager and energy storage theme lead for the Henry Royce Institute, Robin Morris, provides an update on energy…

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Faraday Institution launches new Industry Fellowship programme

To foster relationships between industry and academic researchers

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