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Left to right: Poster winners Arthur Fordham and Rebecca Huang, poster judge Rowena Brugge from Nyobolt, poster winners Stephen Price and Sarah McKinney

Faraday Institution Conference 2023 Poster Winners

We are delighted to announce the winners of the poster competition at the Faraday Institution Conference 2023

Collage of 2023 Community Awards winners

Faraday Institution Community Awards 2023

Join us in celebrating members of the community who demonstrate excellence and behaviours in line with our mission and values – and who go above and beyond what would normally be expected.  

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Welcoming Co-investigators of New Research Areas

As part of the research project reshaping announced 5th September 2023 and as part of its ongoing efforts to drive impact in energy storage research new co-investigators have been selected in a competitive process.

Cells with wires coming out of them for testing

Two New Entrepreneurial Fellowships

The Faraday Institution is pleased to announce it has awarded a further two Entrepreneurial Fellowships, Ionworks and Sention.

Andrew Deadman

Andrew Deadman – International R&D Partnerships Manager

A warm welcome to Andrew Deadman on his appointment to the role of International R&D Partnerships Manager

Dame Lynn Gladden and Venkat Srinivasan

New Board Members – July 2023

Distinguished leaders will help guide energy storage research programmes and future strategy

Professor Pam Thomas, CEO

Message from Professor Pam Thomas, CEO

Open letter to the community: I am preparing to retire over next summer and will be stepping down from my position at the Faraday Institution at the end of April 2024.

Towards Next Generation Sodium-ion Batteries for Emerging Economies

As the Ayrton Challenge on Energy Storage gears up, led by the Faraday Institution, we take a look on what has been achieved as part of the first phase of its sodium-ion research project – NEXGENNA.

From left to right, photos of Faraday Institution researchers Ferran Brosa Planella, Alastair Hales, and Ann Huang

Highlighting #FaradayPathways from the Reshaped Research Projects

We spoke to Chun (Ann) Huang, Alastair Hales and Ferran Brosa Planella to find out how their involvement in our community helped them take a step up to Co-Investigator.

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Welcoming Co-investigators of New Research Areas

We welcome co-investigators who were awarded new work topics via the competitive process as part of the reshaping of six major battery research projects

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