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Start-ups for environmentally friendly batteries and nanoparticles for cancer therapy in planning
Two young Empa scientists each receive an Empa Entrepreneur Fellowship to develop innovative products based on their research. Abdessalem Aribia is developing environmentally friendly and safe batteries, while Subas Scheibler is working on nanoparticles for cancer therapy. The Empa Entrepreneur ...
This is the first time that experimental results of such a battery have been published
Scientists at Forschungszentrum Jülich have developed and successfully lab-tested a novel titanium-air battery in cooperation with researchers at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa. This is the first time that experimental results of such a battery have been published in which ...
The new type of battery can be extremely durable, does not require rare elements and solves the problem of fire hazards
Lithium-ion batteries are ubiquitous today - from electric cars to smartphones. But that does not mean that they are the best solution for all areas of application. TU Wien has now succeeded in developing an oxygen-ion battery that has some important advantages. Although it does not allow for ...
Smart light traps
Plants use photosynthesis to harvest energy from sunlight. Now researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have applied this principle as the basis for developing new sustainable processes which in the future may produce syngas (synthetic gas) for the large-scale chemical industry and ...
Tracking lithiation with transmission electron microscopy: A decisive step in research on battery materials
Li ion imaging by transmission electron microscopy (TEM) is the “holy grail” in the study of Li ion battery (LIB) materials. Tracking lithiation process in TEM could provide more profound understanding on the electrode degradation mechanism during battery cycling, which accelerates material ...
2022 brought record investment sums for research-based start-ups managed by Max Planck Innovation
A successful business year for Max Planck Innovation includes increasing investment sums for the start-ups managed. Especially life sciences start-ups with a high degree of maturity provided a record sum of 225 million euros. Companies in the Max Planck Innovation investment portfolio raised over ...
New research could lead to longer-lasting batteries
They are considered the "Holy Grail" of battery research: so-called "solid-state batteries". They no longer have a liquid core, as is the case with today's batteries, but consist of a solid material. This leads to several advantages: Among other things, these batteries are more difficult to ...
Electricity storage, energy and mobility turnaround dominate the headlines. Above all, experts see a growing demand for batteries for the automotive industry, in building technology or for power tools and smart devices. According to studies by the McKinsey Battery Insights team, global battery ...
Lancaster University researchers have pioneered a technique to observe the 3D internal structure of rechargeable batteries for the first time. The research, published inNature Communications, is led by Professor Oleg Kolosov from Lancaster’s Physics Department in collaboration with University ...
This work could help develop more sustainable battery technologies
Anybody who has ever enjoyed fresh crab legs or lobster tails can attest to how difficult it is to get through their tough shells. But instead of just throwing them away, researchers are “upcycling” these shells into porous, carbon-filled materials with a wide variety of uses. Now, a team ...