About:Energy recently secured a £1m government-funded project from the Faraday Battery Challenge programme and has now launched its first product.
The UK’s net zero strategy must demonstrate urgent action and consistency if we are to successfully tackle the challenge of climate mitigation and adaptation.
Research led at Birmingham is part of a £29 million funding package from the Faraday Institution to invest in the most promising and impactful battery research
The University of Birmingham and engineering firm Stopford announce new funding for novel plastics recycling technology
Climate innovators from across the region came to the University of Birmingham to pitch ideas and solutions for a new Net Zero Carbon Lodge project.
If the nuclear sector can sort out its waste disposal issue, it can credibly claim to be environmentally sustainable.
The University of Birmingham is to participate in the West Midlands Innovation Accelerator announced this week by the West Midlands Combined Authority.