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Powering our sustainable future

The Royal Institution and the Faraday Institution bring you a quality video resource to inspire young people about battery careers, as we look to power our sustainable future. Please share.

Coventry University brings new capability to Faraday Institution LiSTAR project

We are delighted to announce that Coventry University has joined LiSTAR – the Faraday Institution’s research project developing lithium-sulfur technology, bringing a new capability to the consortium and removing a bottleneck in cell manufacturing

Faraday Institution Refreshes Board of Trustees

Distinguished leaders – Esther Hills and Hanno Kirner – will help guide energy storage research programmes for automotive and other sectors

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.

Biography – Pam Thomas, CEO

Enabling academics and industrialists to undertake a mutually beneficial, electrochemical energy storage research project that aims to solve a critical industrial problem

Update from Around the Projects – July 2020

Allan Paterson, Head of Programme Management, outlines how the efforts of our research community during lockdown to maintain momentum. From…

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Events Update – July 2020

Details of recent, forthcoming, and postponed events at which members of the Faraday Institution participated or are organising and other…

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Noticeboard – July 2020

Press coverage referencing the Faraday Institution and its research programmes, and details of what else is going on around the…

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Masterclasses and Faraday TECH courses – July 2020

Faraday Masterclasses Opportunity knocked to boost the Faraday Institution’s training offer when lockdown hit. Four months on and we have…

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PhD Programme – July 2020

Read more about how our 2020 PhD cohort will form as planned in October 2020 and news on how the…

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