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.
Falling Walls Circle – Round Table: New Batteries for Europe’s Green New Deal
Overcoming the climate crisis is the greatest challenge of our time. The energy transition, which depends on the development of high-performance storage media, plays a key role in this. The “New Batteries for Europe’s Green New Deal” Round Table with chemist and Körber Prize winner Clare Grey gives an in-depth look at the state of battery research and at the same time discusses the research policy situation in Europe.
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Falling Walls Circle Tables give the spotlight to world-leading scientists and science strategists, along with policy-makers from academia, business and politics to shape the agenda of the future of science.
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