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Volkswagen and BASF honour battery researcher

15-Nov-2019

This year’s international Science Award Electrochemistry was presented to Dr Kimberly See of the California Institute of Technology (Pasadena, California, USA). She was honoured at the Science Award Electrochemistry & Science Dialogue held in Wolfsburg’s Autostadt. The award has been presented ...

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Volkswagen invests in US start-up Forge Nano

Forge Nano is investigating innovative coatings for battery materials

07-Feb-2019

The Volkswagen Group is investing US$10 million in the startup “Forge Nano Inc.” with a view to reinforcing its specialist knowledge in the field of battery research. Forge Nano is investigating a material coating technology that could further improve the performance of battery materials. As a ...

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Volkswagen and BASF present “Science Award Electrochemistry”

Award honors outstanding research results in the area of energy storage and conversion

23-Nov-2016

The BASF and Volkswagen international “Science Award Electrochemistry 2016” goes to Dr. William Chueh from Stanford University, California. The jury of representatives from BASF, Volkswagen and from academia selected him for his outstanding research results in the area of energy storage and ...

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BASF and Volkswagen present Science Award Electrochemistry

Award honors outstanding research results in the area of lithium-oxygen batteries

30-Oct-2015

The international “Science Award Electrochemistry” from BASF and Volkswagen goes this year to Dr. Bryan McCloskey, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of California, Berkeley. The jury of representatives from BASF, Volkswagen and from academia selected Dr.McCloskey ...

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BASF and Volkswagen present Science Award Electrochemistry

Award honors outstanding research results in the area of lithium-ion batteries

10-Nov-2014

The international “Science Award Electrochemistry” from Volkswagen and BASF goes this year to Dr. Vanessa Wood, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, Department of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, Switzerland. The jury of representatives from BASF, Volkswagen and from ...

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BASF and Volkswagen present Science Award Electrochemistry

Award honors outstanding research results in the area of electrocatalysts

24-Oct-2013

The international “Science Award Electrochemistry” from BASF and Volkswagen goes in 2013 to Dr. Karl Mayrhofer, work group “Electrocatalysis”, Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung, Düsseldorf. The jury of representatives from BASF, Volkswagen and from academia selected Mayrhofer for the ...

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Volkswagen and BASF present the first “Science Award Electrochemistry” to Dr. Naoaki Yabuuchi

Award honors outstanding research results for lithium-ion and sodium-ion batteries

30-Oct-2012

The first international “Science Award Electrochemistry” from BASF and Volkswagen goes to Dr. Naoaki Yabuuchi, Tokyo University of Science, Institute for Science and Technology, Tokyo, Japan. The jury of experts from BASF, Volkswagen and representatives from the world of science selected Yabuuchi ...

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BASF and Volkswagen jointly sponsor international “Science Award Electrochemistry”

Prize money of €50,000

23-May-2012

BASF and Volkswagen are launching an international initiative to promote research in the electrochemistry field. The “Science Award Electrochemistry” is intended to promote outstanding scientific and engineering achievements and provide impetus for the development of high-performance energy ...

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