FutureCat – High nickel content, high performance cathode materials FutureCat is targeting step-changes in: Understanding novel redox processes as a route to stabilise both high capacity, high performance, nickel rich and emerging cathodes. The project
Professor Serena Cussen features in Royal Society of Chemistry podcast ‘Could batteries help solve the climate emergency?’
Professor Serena Cussen talks with actor and broadcaster Robert Llewlleyn and RSC host Dr Alex Lathbridge, about Robert's battery-powered home and passion for the future of electric vehicles, and hear
In this article, FutureCat researchers Dr. Bonan Zhu, Dr. Ziheng Lu, Prof. Chris J. Pickard, along with Prof. David O. Scanlon demonstrate that ab initio random structure searching (AIRSS) is
Professor Serena Cussen talks about the search for new batteries for electric cars in Radio 4's Electric Ride programme. In this Radio 4 series, Peter Curran travels from Lands’ End
FutureCat will be working with the National Physical Laboratory to develop benchmarking and standardisation of protocols for our new battery materials.
FutureCat researchers Dr Ziheng Lu and Professor Chris Pickard at Cambridge, along with Dr Bonan Zhu and Professor David Scanlon at UCL developed a computational framework for battery cathode exploration
The Advanced Characterisation of Energy Materials 2021 was co-hosted by FutureCat and the Henry Royce Institute at the University of Sheffield, to showcase Advanced Characterisation facilities and expertise.
Professor Cussen (née Corr) appeared with three other academics as part of its inquiry into the role of battery and fuel cell technologies in achieving the UK’s target of reaching net
Dr Gabriel Perez, a FutureCat Researcher at the Science Technology Facilities Council, gives an informative tour of the Neutron and Muon Facilities.
An £11m grant from the Faraday Institution, an independent research body named after the Londoner who invented the electric motor, will be used to try to extend the range of
A multidisciplinary team of researchers is setting out to develop the next generation of lithium-ion batteries. The result is expected to be batteries with a longer lifespan and greater energy