Piotrek and CSIRO to make next generation lithium batteries for global market
A new partnership between Australia's national science agency, CSIRO and Japanese specialist chemical manufacturer, Piotrek, will see Australian-developed battery technologies commercialised globally within the next five years.
Deakin is partnering with AusNet Services and Mondo to develop an industrial-scale microgrid energy system to provide an integrated research and education platform, and contribute to the University's sustainability goals.
High-Performance Batteries Breakthrough
A project funded by the Australia-India Strategic Research Fund on new materials for large-scale, high-performance batteries has been successful in the development of novel polymer electrolytes and anode materials.
A team of Deakin researchers is working on ways to power the next generation in prosthetic limbs.
BatTRI Hub: Leading the Charge
World class research centre BatTRI-Hub is set to create a new generation of batteries.
How Batteries Will Change The Way We Use Power In The Future
BatTRI-Hub continues research into the development of the next generation of ‘beyond lithium-ion’ battery technologies which could change how we use power in the future.
Deakin University & Hydro-Québec Strengthen Ties
A Memorandum of Understanding was signed by Deakin University and Hydro-Québec IREC on December 9 2016 to formalise the collaboration between Hydro-Québec and Deakin's Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM). The common goal is to provide a basis for licensing and technology transfer of lithium metal polymer batteries and for the development and prototyping of sodium batteries.
3rd International Conference on Sodium Batteries
Leading scientists and engineers shared their work to the next generation of researchers and industry and discussed the scientific and technological breakthroughs needed to create new energy solutions that improve people’s lives.
Taking the Load Off Summer
A new-generation grid-storage battery is set to help Melbourne cope with summer.