Scientists are launching a major new research project in India that will help to engineer an efficient and sustainable delivery mechanism – ready to get an eventual COVID-19 vaccine to billions of people.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can provide an effective way of supporting the development of the next generation of high-performance rechargeable batteries, according to research led by the University of Birmingham.
The Midlands is at the forefront of energy from waste technologies, and in this thought piece, Professor Martin Freer explores the issues and the possible solutions.
The Birmingham Energy Institute has partnered with Tyseley Energy Park to offer an integrated package of support that will drive business growth amongst low-carbon energy businesses.
In this thought piece Peter Jones explore the concept of Personal Carbon Credit Trading.
The BEI would like to congratulate Highview Power on receiving a $46 million investment from Sumitomo Heavy Industries to accelerate growth and deployment of CRYOBattery™ energy storage projects globally.
Birmingham Energy Institute Research Fellow, Dr Gavin Harper swapped his lab bench for the green benches when he joined Liz Saville Roberts MP in parliament this week.