April 27, 2022


UofL researchers (front to back) Hui Wang, Arjun Thapa and Milinda Bharatha apply a lithium titanate slurry coating to make lithium-ion electrode battery prototypes at UofL’s Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research. The coated anode material is paired with a corresponding cathode sheet to create lithium-ion batteries.
By Betty Coffman The announcement earlier this month that a second major automotive battery manufacturer is planning to build a large plant in Kentucky was welcome news for researchers at the University of Louisville’s Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research, which leads fundamental and translational research on batteries. As part of a federally funded industry/research collaboration, Efficient...
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