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Electrochemistry research recharged

A new microscopy method could help improve the efficiency of rechargeable lithium-ion batteries

Materials science education: what's in a ranking?

The results of the Quacquarelli Rankings for 2014 are in. But aspiring materials scientists should read between the lines before selecting their institution of choice

How could Scottish independence affect the future energy mix north and south of the border?

If Scotland votes in favour of independence how will oil, gas and renewables fare?

Piezoelectricity to the extreme

New piezo-ceramic offers hope for high temperature sensors

Natural material innovation

Multi-disciplinary programme at University of Cambridge, funded by Leverhulme Trust, to assess potential of natural materials in the built environment

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