Research by St Andrews chemist could revolutionise electric cars.
A multi-million pound scientific research facility with applications as diverse as fuel cell-powered cars, battery- operated bionic limbs and smaller electrical components was officially opened today (Tuesday 30 April 2002).
A University of St Andrews scientist who is pioneering new materials for smaller, lighter and less toxic batteries has won a prestigious funding award aimed at retaining top academics within the UK.
The University of St Andrews has been awarded nearly £1.5 million to establish a world class centre for the characterisation of solid state materials.
A University of St Andrews scientist, who is developing new materials for smaller, lighter and less toxic batteries, has won a prestigious award for his achievements.
Everything from a life-saving artificial heart to an electric car could be powered by technology being designed at the University of St Andrews.