The facility will help researchers to better understand the science of how neutrons interact with matter, with applications extending to nuclear medicine and space.
The University of Birmingham and Imperial College London have set up a new spinout, About:Energy, to commercialise a battery modelling capability that will increase the speed of battery prototype development.
Sir Keir Starmer, leader of the Labour Party, visited Tyseley Energy Park (TEP) in Birmingham to find out more about the collaboration that is taking place between academia, industry and the public sector.
Researchers from the Birmingham Centre for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Research will be training the individuals who will go on to train future technicians of the recently announced Ballymena based Hydrogen Training Academy.
Tyseley Energy Park (TEP) and the University of Birmingham welcomed Paul Scully MP, Minister for Small Business, Consumers and Labour Markets, for a tour of facilities at TEP ahead of Small Business Saturday.
Hosted by the University of Rwanda at its Kigali campus, the Africa Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Cooling and Cold Chain (ACES) is set to scale-up its work with a pan-continental network of outreach centres.
Researchers from the School of Chemistry and the School of Metallurgy and Materials alongside the Recycling of Lithium-Ion Battery (ReLiB) team have triumphed at the first annual Faraday Institution Community Awards.