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Events – June 2019

Details of recent and forthcoming events attended by members of the Faraday Institution.    Input Requested from the Community November…

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What does it Mean to be a Faraday Institution Researcher?

We would like to empower all Faraday Institution researchers to represent our community at every available opportunity (including conferences). Please…

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Update to project teams – April 2019

Papers As part of the degradation project, Clare Grey’s group published, “Evolution of Structure and Lithium Dynamics in LiNi0.8Mn0.1Co0.1O2(NMC811) Cathodes…

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Join the network

The need for cross-project collaboration and, in particular, the need for an online platform for community engagement across the Faraday…

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Presentations from 12-month review

We aim to upload all presentations given at the 12-month review here. Introduction from Neil Morris, CEO Project updates ReLiB…

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Updates for Project Teams – February 2019

Papers Please take a look at a short document giving guidance on: (i) including Faraday Institution affiliations and funding notifications…

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Updates for Project Teams – December 2018

CORRECTION Save the Date – 12-Month Review – 20-21 February 2019 Many thanks to those of you that completed the…

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The Royal Institution – Where Science Lives

Communications Specialist, Louise Gould, introduces the three thought-leadership events we are co-curating in 2019 with the Royal Institution. Since 1799,…

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Meet Michael, the Supercomputer Designed to Accelerate UK Research for EV Batteries

First research challenges include the fast-charging of batteries, low temperature operation and thermal management of cells within battery packs

Thank you for the success of the 8-month review

I would like to extend my thanks to everyone who attended the 8-month review for the part you played in…

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