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PV Magazine: Material concerns

The University of Manitoba led a group that used battery cyclers to test different material configurations for lithium-ion batteries. They specifically investigated new binding materials to hold the electrodes together through extended cycling. Image: Canadian Light Source As PV MAGAZINE: ISSUE 08-2021 reports: Shouldn’t we all be driving in affordable electric cars with 800-plus kilometers...

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Innovations in synthetic chemistry, solar energy, and energy science with Dr. David Herbert

Ironing out the details: How Using Sustainability as a Design Principle Can Lead to Fundamental Advances and Practical Innovation in Synthetic Chemistry David Herbert Friday, June 25, 2021 3:00 PM – 3:30 PM Virtual Public Science Talk and Q&A Explore innovations in solar power and energy science with Dr. David Herbert, Department of Chemistry. Dr....

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International collaboration developing nanotechnology that may be used against COVID-19

March 30, 2020 —  A new approach to stopping virus growth gives hope for new therapeutic options against seasonal influenza, bird flu and possibly COVID-19, says Dr. Ned Budisa, Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Chemical Synthetic Biology at UM and who holds an adjunct position at the Technical University in Berlin. Budisa is a member...

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Grand opening for Manitoba Institute for Materials

Manitoba researchers can now do what most others in the world can’t: improve our materials so bridges stand longer, computers run faster and ramen noodles taste better. Every material is on the table for examination and improvement at the newly renovated and outfitted $16.7-million Manitoba Institute for Materials (MIM), which officially opened July 8. MIM...