16/09/2021, 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
The UK has a thriving battery innovation and development environment. Find out more about the opportunities for chemists from those who are working in the field of battery technology and energy storage at this webinar.
This will be hosted by the Royal Society of Chemistry and chaired by Fran Long of the Faraday Institution, bringing together chemists from universities who are working on Faraday Institution research projects for the UK battery sector:
Ola Hekselman, Imperial College London
Beth Johnston, University of Sheffield
Haydn Francis, University of Cambridge
Learn how they got into battery research, the real-world challenges they are trying to overcome in the race to electrification as we strive for a sustainable future and what inspires them in their roles.
You will have the chance to get your questions answered and discover more about how you could become involved in this exciting work as the Faraday Institution builds a dynamic and diverse pool of talent.