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- May 05, 2020

MRI Scanning Assists With Next Generation Battery Design

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

battery-life-blogMagnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can provide an effective way of supporting the development of the next generation of high-performance rechargeable batteries, according to research led by the University of Birmingham.

Associated Environmental Systems develops new technology to test batteries like these, working towards new innovation in the energy storage world with high-performance rechargeable batteries.  

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