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Three further Industry Fellowships awarded to improve and commercialise battery technology

The Faraday Institution has awarded a further two Industry Fellowships to join the thirteen previously awarded in 2020 and 2021.

Faraday 2021 Conference by the Numbers

Thanks to everyone who attended, presented at, and engaged with the Faraday 2021 conference for the part you played in making the event the success that it was. Check out the success metrics.

Lizzie Driscoll, Emma Kendrick, Gavin Harper

Faraday Institution Community Awards 2021

We’re delighted to announce the winners of our first annual Faraday Institution Community Awards. Join us in celebrating community successes as we reward Faraday Institution researchers who demonstrate excellence and behaviours in line with our mission and values.

Agata Greszta

Four further Industry Fellowships awarded to solve critical industrial problems in battery research

These join the nine previously awarded in 2020 and 2021. A particularly warm welcome to the University of Bristol – a new university to the Faraday Institution

Sylwia Walus

Sylwia Walus – Research Project Manager

A warm welcome to Sylwia Walus on her appointment to the role of Research Project Manager.

Publication of EDI Charter

We are pleased to publish our equality, diversity and inclusion charter. Read how our EDI initiatives are widening participation in our programmes, making a difference to people, careers and research outcomes.

Apply to Grow your Energy Storage Innovation with the STEPS Programme

SMEs developing energy storage solutions can apply for the call starting the 25 May 2021.

Nick Smailes, Head of Commercialisation

A warm welcome to Nick Smailes on his permanent appointment to the role of Head of Commercialisation after working as a consultant and highly valued member of the team for the previous year.

James Gaade, Head of Programme Management

A warm welcome to James Gaade on his permanent appointment. Read more about James’ prior experience including as Head of Powertrain Research and Technology at JLR.

Why Diversity in Science is So Important

Professor Pam Thomas, CEO, Faraday Institution, shares her views on why diversity in science is so important, her experience as a woman in STEM, and her advice to those in minority groups building their careers.

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