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Falling Walls Circle – Round Table: New Batteries for Europe’s Green New Deal

Falling Walls Foundation, Körber Stiftung | Clare Grey, Tatjana König

GO TO LIVESTREAM: SHAPING THE HIGH-LEVEL AGENDA & DIALOGUE FOR THE FUTURE OF SCIENCE

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.

LIVE EVENT; AVAILABLE VIA LIVESTREAM AND LIMITED ATTENDANCE ON SHIP. RADIALSYSTEM, RIVERBANK, FOR SUMMIT PARTICIPANTS (max. 25 pax.)

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.

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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Tatjana König

Körber Foundation

Tatjana König is member of the Executive Board of the Körber Foundation in Hamburg. She studied law at Freie Universität Berlin and Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, specializing in international and European law. She holds a postgraduate degree in mediation. Having worked in politics and for the public relations agency Scholz & Friends, she also founded her own communications company. In 2013 she took over the management of the Falling Walls Foundation in Berlin for several years.

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