£29 million investment to support critical battery research

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A £29 million investment will boost six innovative projects, four of which involve University of Oxford researchers, that are driving progress towards developing the next generation of batteries. By addressing fundamental research challenges and critical industry needs, this work is helping to unlock key battery technologies to deliver future prosperity.


Improved batteries for electric vehicles

Professor Mauro Pasta, from the University of Oxford’s Department of Materials, will be taking the position of Principal Investigator for the Solid-state Batteries (SOLBAT) project.

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