1. New Cambridge Univ Lab Explores Batteries and Fuel Cells

    New Cambridge Univ Lab Explores Batteries and Fuel Cells
    Cambridge University’s Department of Chemistry has unveiled a new cutting-edge materials chemistry and NMR spectroscopy lab. The Todd-Hamied Laboratory will explore harnessing materials for energy storage and conversion in an effort to develop the next generation of batteries and fuel cells.
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