Funding awards from 1851 to help green students deliver clean tech spin outs

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Grant programme offers £80,000 in funding to projects focused on printed solar cells and longer lasting sodium ion batteries

A grant scheme that has its roots in the middle of the first industrial revolution could yet help drive the low carbon industrial revolution, after five promising environmental research projects were awarded...

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