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battery metals

Zero carbon Scandinavian battery metals for the European battery industry

Kuniko Limited rocketed on to the ASX in August 2021 with immediate success, driving a zero carbon mandate and development of a strong portfolio...
graphite supply chain

Volt’s complete solution for meeting graphite supply chain for LIBs

Volt is implementing an integrated mine and graphite supply chain to meet stakeholder requirements for the crucial battery anode material. Trevor Matthews, Managing Director,...
Vehicle-to-everything technology

Vehicle-to-everything technology and the Net Zero Strategy

As the UK adapts to meet the targets set by the government’s Net Zero Strategy, EV experts from Gemserv discuss the role that vehicle-to-everything...

Wood: The renewable raw material to fuel our green future

Dr Andreas Eigenheer from the Bern University of Applied Sciences outlines how wood - an exceptionally versatile renewable raw material - can be utilised...
Mitigating water-related natural disasters with new technology

Mitigating water-related natural disasters with new technology

Dr Hamid Mehmood, Senior Researcher at the UNU Institute for Water, Environment and Health, spoke to Innovation News Network about the development of a...
Graphite-based anode material

Graphite-based anode materials for lithium-ion batteries

Superior Graphite has modified its well-established high temperature fluidised bed technology to be applied to the production of natural flake and synthetic graphite-based anode...
bird strikes

A clear connection: identifying migratory patterns in bird strikes

Researchers at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology have discovered that the risk of bird-plane collisions increases significantly during migratory periods. Bird strikes are random and...

SAFELiMOVE, safer solid-state batteries for electric vehicles

The SAFELiMOVE battery project is leading the way to develop safer solid-state batteries for electric vehicles. Led by CIC energiGUNE, here they explain their...
Astro-PAHs from space missions to laboratory astrophysics

Astro-PAHs from space missions to laboratory astrophysics

Dr Christine Joblin, from CNRS/Université Paul Sabatier- Toulouse 3, discusses the topic of astro-PAHs, illustrating the potential of laboratory astrophysics to analyse the observations...

ATLAS: pushing the boundaries of particle physics analysis

Dr Jinlong Zhang, ATLAS Group Leader at the Argonne National Laboratory, discusses Argonne’s involvement in physics analysis in the ATLAS experiment at CERN. At the...
peatlands

Investigating the impacts of climate change on northern peatlands

The ERG are investigating how northern peatlands respond to anthropogenic disturbances, land-use changes, and climate warming.
The CURRENT approach to charge point management

The CURRENT approach to charge point management

CURRENT AS, Norway’s leading charge point management company, outlines how to manage, grow, and operate an entire EV charging business efficiently and cost-effectively. Norway, a...
Towards advancements in solid-state battery technology

Towards advancements in solid-state battery technology

Saint Jean Carbon (SJL-TSXV), a leading mining and carbon sciences company, has acquired solid-state battery technology company: Solid Ultrabattery.
Delving into the untapped potential of advanced lead batteries

Delving into the untapped potential of advanced lead batteries

The Consortium for Battery Innovation has developed a new Technical Roadmap to ensure that advanced lead batteries continue to support the transition to sustainability
Discussing the concept and design of EIC detectors

Discussing the concept and design of Electron-Ion Collider detectors

Scientists outline the key components of the Electron-Ion Collider (EIC) and what it will mean for physics research.
electromagnetic radiation

Expanding our knowledge by studying electromagnetic radiation

Tetyana Galatyuk asks what can we learn from electromagnetic radiation about the state of visible matter under extreme conditions?
The day of the electric commercial vehicle is dawning

The day of the electric commercial vehicle is dawning

Commercial vehicles are a major contributor to air pollution and greenhouse gases – electric zero-emission buses and lorries are a major piece of the solution.
cyberattacks on businesses

Exploring the threat of cyberattacks on businesses

Kevin McMahon, CEO of Cyjax Limited, discusses the ever-looming threat of cyberattacks facing small and medium-sized businesses today.
RAS technology

Exploring disruptive and transformative innovation in RAS technology

Research and innovation specialist RASLab discusses how disruptive and transformative innovation in RAS technology is transforming the land-based fish farming industry.
Utilising disruptive technologies to detect life on exoplanets

Utilising disruptive technologies to detect life on exoplanets

Dr Sascha P Quanz, Professor in the Department of Physics at ETH Zurich, discusses the current status of the LIFE space mission to detect life on exoplanets and the challenges that lie ahead.

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