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Breaking the Wall to Next-Generation Batteries

Falling Walls Foundation | Clare Grey

Breaking the Wall to Next-Generation Batteries
How fast-charging batteries work and why they matter

In order for the European Union to achieve its goal of zero net emissions by 2050, the speed at which devices can be charged needs to increase significantly. Clare Grey, Professor of Chemistry at Cambridge University, sees her work as an important contribution towards achieving this goal. She discovered and developed a new niobium-based anode material with unparalleled fast charging and high-powered capabilities. With this and other improvements in cell design, Clare’s work aims to reduce charging times of robots, electric vehicles and other devices that power our modern lives. At Falling Walls, Grey will discuss the importance of this kind of fundamental research in laying the groundwork for rethinking how our society is structured and powered.

LIVE EVENT; AVAILABLE VIA LIVESTREAM AND ATTENDANCE FOR SUMMIT PARTICIPANTS in the Lecture Hall. Radialsystem, Ground Fl.

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Clare Grey

University of Cambridge

Prof. Clare Grey, FRS (Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge) is a Royal Society (RS) Research Professor and a world leader in battery materials and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). She was awarded the RS Davy medal (2014), the Körber Prize (2021) and is Principal Investigator of the £12 million Faraday Institution battery degradation project. She is also Cofounder and Chief Scientist of Nyobolt Ltd, a battery fast-charging company founded in 2020.

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Radialsystem Berlin
Holzmarktstraße 33
Berlin, 10243 Germany
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