Associate Prof Peng Cao (right) with SfTI-funded PhD student Yuguang Pu

Battery technology is a science hot-spot around the world. Multimillion-dollar research companies in the United States, China, Japan and Europe are racing to find the next big capacity boost to overtake the current front-runner – lithium-ion batteries.

In New Zealand, SfTI researcher Associate Professor Peng Cao and his team at the University of Auckland believe they can contribute to next-gen batteries with a new kind of battery anode, which is the part that accepts current into the battery during charging. Read the full story here.

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