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Images of particles made from a promising battery cathode material called NMC

Batteries & Fuel Cells

Stanford researchers are designing new technologies to improve the cycle life and reliability of batteries, fuel cells and other grid-scale storage technologies. Scientists and engineers are testing a wide variety of promising, low-cost battery materials, including Prussian blue dye, nickel-iron and aluminum. Several labs are also working to improve solid oxide storage devices,  conventional lithium-ion batteries and alternatives made with lithium-sulfur and other materials.