Birmingham battery boost as latest wave of Faraday funding confirmed

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Birmingham battery boost as latest wave of Faraday funding confirmed

Project led by Birmingham University backed as part of £29m funding package from the Faraday Institution to invest in 'the most promising and impactful' battery research

Researchers in Birmingham developing novel battery recycling technologies have been awarded funding by the Faraday Institution as part of a £29m package to re-focus and accelerate key battery research...

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