Author Archives: Candice Mitchell
The St Andrews ECS Student Chapter will host the 2017 Scotland and North of England Electrochemistry Symposium (Butler Meeting): A one-day symposium for PhD students and PDRAs across Scotland and the North of England to meet with their peers and present … Continue reading
Switching on electrocatalytic activity in solid oxide cells Professor John Irvine and his team have developed a new method of electrochemical switching, which simplifies the manufacture of the electrodes required to deliver high, long-lasting energy activity. Read more…
Congratulations to John who was awarded the Schonbein Gold Medal at the 12th European SOFC & SOE Forum, Lucerne, 2016. The award is presented for outstanding contribution to the advancement of science and technology and lifetime work In Fuel Cells.
St Andrews is one of only two ECS Student Chapters in the UK! So well done to the School of Chemistry for applying and being accepted for this prestigious membership. ECS welcome the St Andrews ECS Student Chapter The ECS … Continue reading
Congratulations to Cairong on winning the RSE BP/Hutton Prize in Energy Innovation! More information regarding the award and the press release can be found here
Nano-socketed nickel particles with enhanced coking resistance grown in situ by redox exsolution
Athol Palace Hotel, Pitlochry 2-4th June 2014 EPSRC Platform Grant: EP/K0155401/1 The 2nd meeting of the Energy Materials Discovery Characterisation and Application Group was held over three days at the Athol Palace Hotel in Pitlochry, Scotland. This workshop was developed … Continue reading