Blog Post by ReLiB’s Angela Eggleton- University of Birmingham
Blog Post: Workshop for the study of “Circular Economy Perspectives for the Management of Batteries used in Electric Vehicles” conducted by Ricardo Energy & Environment and commissioned by the European Commission’s DG Joint Research Centre (JRC) By Angela Eggleton, University of Birmingham, Faraday ReLib – Legal Team As thousands of electric vehicles (hereafter ‘EVs’) are
Blog Post- Battery Workshop at Benenden School- by Iain Aldous (ReLiB)
Energy is one of the greatest challenges of the 21st century and as the urgency of this challenge edges towards critical status, we need to inspire subsequent generations to take up the mantle. High school students already understand the impacts that climate change and energy uncertainty may have on their lives and lead
Blog Post by Iain Aldous- University of Leicester
Postgraduates and postdoctoral fellows often end up stuck in the lab, motivating molecules into action through chemical agitation and a lot of perspiration. This can mean they lose sight of the bigger picture and the wider community involved in the technology they’re trying to make an impact upon. ReLib has a strong focus
Faraday Institution Battery Researcher Spotlight – Dana Thompson
Thrilled to be able to share our first battery research spotlight video featuring Dana Thompson, PhD student at the University of Leicester and member of the Faraday Institution’s ReLiB project. Dana talks about what got her interested in science, her research into battery recycling and how it can impact global issues.
PhD Vacancy- Faculty of Tech, Design & Environment (Oxford Brookes)
Eligibility: All (Home/EU/International students) Bursary: £15,009 per year Fees: Tuition fees will be paid by the university Deadline for applying: Friday 26th April 2019 Start date: September 2019 The School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics at Oxford Brookes University is seeking an independent and highly motivated candidate from a science or technology discipline. The candidate
PhD Vacancy- Chemistry (University of Birmingham)
The ReLiB project at The University of Birmingham are currently recruiting for a PhD student to work on the development of manufacturing strategies to deliver high performance cathode materials utilising recycled materials. For more details on the project and how to apply, please follow this link.