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Revolutionising the battery sector in the UK and beyond

Revolutionising the battery sector in the UK and beyond

Isobel Sheldon OBE discusses how Britishvolt stands to revolutionise the the lithium-ion, and beyond lithium-ion battery sector in the UK and beyond.
cathode materials

How lithium-rich cathode materials for electric vehicles store charge at high voltages

Researchers have released insight into how lithium-rich cathode materials for high energy electric vehicles store charge at high voltages.
safety of electric vehicle batteries

Innovative calorimetric methods are improving the safety of electric vehicle batteries

Dr Carlos Ziebert, head of IAM-AWP’s Calorimeter Center, KIT, explains how calorimetric methods can be applied to improve the safety of electric vehicle batteries. Transport...
green economic recovery

New battery infrastructure in Spain will accelerate Europe’s green economic recovery

Spanish companies have announced the launch of Battchain, a consortium formed to accelerate Europe’s green economic recovery.
materials in batteries

Could seawater be an alternative to mined raw materials in batteries?

A circular economy around coastal areas could see metals from seawater transformed into a replacement for mined raw materials in batteries.
lithium hydroxide

Building batteries: Why lithium and why lithium hydroxide?

It looks like lithium and lithium hydroxide is here to stay, for now: despite intensive research with alternative materials.
salt battery

Rechargeable salt battery could be applied to metal-air batteries for electric vehicles

Researchers have designed a new type of rechargeable salt battery that could accelerate the shift to greener electric transport.
Li-ion batteries

Identification of O2 formation: enabling O-redox technology in Li-ion batteries

Dr Robert House from the University of Oxford discusses how the identification of O2 formation and its role in voltage hysteresis will inform and direct future material design efforts towards enabling O-redox technology in the next generation of Li-ion batteries
hydrogen propulsion

UK-based researchers will develop a new hydrogen propulsion system for sub-regional aircraft

A UK-based collaboration programme, worth £54m, will develop the first hydrogen propulsion system for GKN Aerospace’s sub-regional aircraft.
brain implant

New brain implant can control animal behaviour for longer with remote wireless charging

An international team of researchers has engineered a tiny brain implant that can be wirelessly recharged from outside the body.

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