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The battery – inside out

2019-03-12 19.00 2019-03-1220.30 Europe/London

What is a battery? How were they invented? How does a modern battery work? What materials go into the latest batteries? What are the geopolitical issues around sourcing materials from different countries? How can battery manufacture become more sustainable?

What is a battery? How were they invented? How does a modern battery work? What materials go into the latest batteries? What are the geopolitical issues around sourcing materials from different countries? How can battery manufacture become more sustainable?

What is a battery? How were they invented? How does a modern battery work? What materials go into the latest batteries? What are the geopolitical issues around sourcing materials from different countries? How can battery manufacture become more sustainable?

These questions and many more will be answered by our panel of experts, chaired by Government Chief Scientific Adviser Patrick Vallance and featuring Serena Corr from the University of Sheffield, Managing Director of Benchmark Mineral Intelligence Simon MooresDavid Greenwood of Warwick Manufacturing Group and Judith Richardson, Global Purchasing Director of Jaguar Land Rover in this event supported by the Faraday Institution.

This event is part of a three-part series entitled 'The Batteries are Coming!'. Save the dates of future events:

- How will batteries change our world? 13 June 2019

- The future of mobility. 10 September 2019.

More information on these events will be available soon.

The doors will open at approximately 6.30pm, with a prompt start at 7.00pm.

London
Date:  12 Mar 2019
Time:  19.00-20.30
Website:  www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-battery-inside-out-tickets-52938009010?_eboga=2047764485.1551962773
Contact:  rdavies@ri.ac.uk
Location:   London
Full Address:

Royal Institution of Great Britain, 21 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4BS





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What is a battery? How were they invented? How does a modern battery work? What materials go into the latest batteries? What are the geopolitical issues around sourcing materials from different countries? How can battery manufacture become more sustainable?

These questions and many more will be answered by our panel of experts, chaired by Government Chief Scientific Adviser Patrick Vallance and featuring Serena Corr from the University of Sheffield, Managing Director of Benchmark Mineral Intelligence Simon MooresDavid Greenwood of Warwick Manufacturing Group and Judith Richardson, Global Purchasing Director of Jaguar Land Rover in this event supported by the Faraday Institution.

This event is part of a three-part series entitled 'The Batteries are Coming!'. Save the dates of future events:

- How will batteries change our world? 13 June 2019

- The future of mobility. 10 September 2019.

More information on these events will be available soon.

The doors will open at approximately 6.30pm, with a prompt start at 7.00pm.







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