We spoke to Vikas Jangra of RWTH Aachen about the team’s expertise and their role in the FreeHydroCells project.
Dr. Dara Fitzpatrick of BARDS Acoustic Science Labs tells us about how the team’s expertise in acoustic spectroscopy feeds into FreeHydroCells’ project work.
In a new video, researcher Jun Lin showcases the capabilities of two pieces of state-of-the-art ALD (atomic layer deposition) equipment at the Advanced Materials and Surfaces Group, based in Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork in Ireland.
‘Inspired by Nature’ – A two page feature on the FreeHydroCells project was published in the July 2023 edition of Nanovate! magazine. The piece illustrates how the core concept of FreeHydroCells draws on naturally occurring photosynthesis processes found in the natural world.
We sat down with Alex Buttimer to learn more about her background, nanoscience research interests, and the valuable contribution she has made towards the development of FreeHydroCells’ gas collection systems during her summer internship at Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork.
The FreeHydroCells project concept was featured among a series of potential future technologies in sustainable energy production, at the recent ISMES X International School of Materials for Energy and Sustainability.
In this edition of our ‘Meet the Team’ series, we meet Project Manager Rebecca Buckley. and Project Officer Anna Power of UCC Academy, which is FreeHydroCells’ project management and communications partner.
A group of 25 project team members from partner organisations across Europe met in Catania, Sicily recently for the first in-person technical meeting since the project commencement in November 2022.
FreeHydroCells’ partners AMO GmbH and RWTH Aachen represented the project at the recent NRW Nano Conference 2023.
Following FreeHydroCells’ endorsement of the SUNERGY initiative, we look at the common themes and shared goals of both groups.