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sirect lithium extraction

Direct lithium extraction for sustainable lithium production

GEOLITH’s CEO and Founder, Jean-Phillipe Gibaud, and Head of Business Development & Sales, Pedro Ruiz, explain how the company is working to meet the...
Mexican lithium

Before breaking ground: Challenges and opportunities for Mexican lithium

Andrew I Rudman and Cecily Fasanella of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars discuss the potential of Mexican lithium. In response to the growing...
research and development budget

UK Government announces plans for largest ever research and development budget

The £39.8 billion research and development budget for 2022-2025 will help deliver the UK Government's Innovation Strategy and drive forward scientific ambitions. The largest ever...
lithium Triangle

The potential of South America’s Lithium Triangle

Benjamin Gedan, Deputy Director of the Latin American Program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, explores how the Lithium Triangle Initiative supports...
Electric Vehicles

Building an off-grid infrastructure for the growing EV market

EV charger manufacturing startup L-Charge wants to build up an off-grid infrastructure to help the growing EV market keep pace with the electric power...
Circulor

Circulor recognised as one of Europe’s future tech giants

Circulor have been presented with DIGITALEUROPE’s ‘Future Unicorn’ award, highlighting their potential to evolve to be one of Europe’s tech giants. What is the ‘Future...

ESG in Ecuador: Bioleaching is the catalyst

Ross Orr, President & CEO of BacTech Environmental Corp, describes how the company embraces environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals aided by its bioleaching...
Technology

Scientists discover warm light-emitting by utilising quantum dots

A research team from Chongqing University, China, have discovered warm white light-emitting with high, efficient emission and high colour rendering index by using ligand...
Solar Cells

Scientists employ rocket science applications for chemistry research

A research team from Karlstad University have received funding both to investigate how the structure of the active layer of the solar cell is...
Energy

New framework to analyse social innovation in renewable energy

Researchers have constructed a ‘toolkit’ to increase the attention given to alternative approaches for enhancing the energy transition and highlighting the multiple benefits of...
Rare Earth Elements

The race for rare earth elements: A Swedish perspective

The Norra Kärr region in Sweden is home to mainland Europe’s largest defined heavy rare earth mineral deposit. As the race to secure rare...
Molecular Machine

Scientists develop an artificial light-fuelled molecular machine

A collaborative research team from the University of Barcelona and the University of Nottingham, has created an artificial light-fuelled molecular machine that has potential...
Metal

Scientists explore energy storage capability in water and metal surfaces

A research team from Ruhr-Universitaet-Bochum (RUB) have investigated energy storage capability through observation of water meeting metal surfaces. What happens when water meets metal surfaces? Interfaces...
Transport

European piloting centre launched by VTT for clean energy innovations

VTT has invested €18m into a new clean energy piloting centre. Construction will begin in 2022, and the research and testing environment is expected...
Decarbonisation

The Yangibana Project: Rich in neodymium and praseodymium

Mr Matthew Allen, Chief Financial Officer at Hastings Technology Metals Limited, details the abundance of rare earth elements at the Yangibana Project, specifically that...
Electrocatalyst experiment

High entropy alloys create possibilities for electrocatalysts

Researchers from Ruhr-University Bochum (RUB) describe a new scientific method that has the potential to find high entropy alloys that can be used for...
energy

Geothermal systems improved by micro drilling turbine

Fraunhofer scientists have now developed an innovative tool that enables additional branches to be drilled off the main geothermal well. This decreases the risk...
battery

Significant improvements to be implemented in battery cell production  

Scientists from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have discovered how to make battery cell production quick, inexpensive, flexible and to a high standard.  A...
E-waste recycling

E-waste recycling emits emerging synthetic antioxidants

Researchers at the American Chemical Society detect emerging synthetic antioxidants in dust from e-waste recycling workshops that could possibly pose a threat to its...
batteries

New oxide-ion conductors can contribute to a greener future

A recent collaborative study, including scientists from Tokyo Institute of Technology, have discovered stable and high oxide-ion conductors based on a new hexagonal perovskite-related...

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