How fundamental particles can help us to develop better battery materials


Dr Peter Baker, instrument scientist at the ISIS Neutron and Muon Source, and co-investigator on the Faraday Institution’s FutureCat project, explains how fundamental particles can support research in developing better materials for energy storage. Following the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s latest climate assessment, it is clear that we urgently need to change a wide range […]

Government-backed liquid hydrogen plane paves way for zero emission flight


Passengers could one day fly to the other side of the world with zero carbon emissions and just one refuelling stop, thanks to new technology which has been funded by the UK government. The concept aircraft was unveiled by the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) ahead of the fourth meeting of the Jet Zero Council, which […]