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ReLiB win prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry Prize

Group of all ReLiB researchers and investigators

ReLiB have been named winners of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Horizon Prize, which celebrates discoveries and innovations that push the boundaries of science.   The team is a multidisciplinary collaboration between the universities of Edinburgh, Leicester, Newcastle, Oxford and Imperial College, and led by the University of Birmingham.   The prize was awarded for […]

Prof Louise Horsfall recognised in global innovation awards

Professor Louise Horsfall has won the grand prize in “Top 10 Global Science and Technology Innovation Awards” at the 2050NOW La Maison’s global trends forum. 2025NOW La Maison, part of Les Echos-Le Parisien, the LVMH group’s media division, tracked thousands of global innovations and selected the 10 most outstanding ones. The awards recognises the most […]

New ReLiB publication focuses on use of robotics in EV sustainability

New ReLiB publication focuses on use of robotics in EV sustainability

A new Faraday Institution ReLiB Project publication focusing on the advancement of EV sustainability through the use of robotics has been released. Towards Reuse and Recycling of Lithium-ion Batteries: Tele-robotics for Disassembly of Electric Vehicle Batteries, by Jamie Hathaway and Alireza Rastegarpanah, explores how semi-autonomous robotic disassembly can be used in the recovery, recycling and […]

ReLiB holds critical minerals workshop with Indian delegation

ReLiB holds critical minerals workshop with Indian delegation

Opportunities for India and the UK to work together on critical minerals and EV batteries were discussed in a ReLiB Project workshop organised with an Indian delegation. Bringing together leading academic experts, the overarching aim of the ReLiB project is to establish a technology pipeline and provide a clear roadmap for the efficient end-of-life management […]