Rare earth magnets, one of the building block materials for clean growth, will be recycled at a plant at Birmingham’s Tyseley Energy Park
About:Energy recently secured a £1m government-funded project from the Faraday Battery Challenge programme and has now launched its first product.
If the nuclear sector can sort out its waste disposal issue, it can credibly claim to be environmentally sustainable.
The University of Birmingham has improved its position amongst the best performing research-intensive universities in the world.
Innovative shelters made from 100% recycled materials could help to protect refugees fleeing disaster zones.