With China choking up on pollution and electric cars for rent being introduced in super wending machines, time is to come back to our Lithium story. Tesla Motors is not a Venture company any more, but Auto making company and it is the major shift in the industry, which is still not taking very seriously on the Lithium supply side by investors.
Electric Revolution has been started long time ago and Lithium batteries were introduced in a truly industrial scale by Japan, Panasonic supplies its batteries for Tesla Motors now. But now new players from China are taking over Lithium materials supply and moving fast up the value chain in lithium battery making field.
International Lithium: Jiangxi Ganfeng Lithium to Raise $81.5 Mln via Private Placement ILC.v, TNR.v, LIT"Now Ganfeng Lithium has the capital to advance its development programs with International Lithium. Once the tax loss selling will be over International Lithium should enjoy better market perception with further advance of Lithium properties in Ireland, Argentina and Canada. Ganfeng Lithium production facilities development shows China's appetite for strategic commodities for electric revolution in order to make transportation and personal mobility still possible after recent pollution scare."
Ganfeng Lithium Co. Ltd. Advances Partnership with International Lithium Corp. on the Blackstairs Lithium Project, Ireland ILC.v, TNR.v
SONY CORPORATION : Creators of Lithium-ion Battery and Pioneers of Innovative Education Model Win Engineering's Highest Honors
This year's highest honors in the engineering profession, presented by the
"The NAE's major prizes for 2014 highlight the dramatic impacts of engineering innovations on people and society, and they inspire new ideas about educating the next generation of great innovators," said C.D. Mote,Jr. president of the
The Charles Stark Draper Prize for Engineering
The lithium-ion battery is used by millions of people around the world in cell phones, laptops, tablets, hearing aids, cameras, power tools, and many other compact, lightweight mobile devices.
Shortly after Goodenough's breakthrough, Rachid Yazami began exploring graphite compounds in which lithium could be reversibly inserted between graphite layers. This provided an alternative to the lithium metal negative electrode. Yazami's lithium-graphite is the most commonly used anode in commercial lithium-ion batteries today.
Rachid Yazami began his career in
The Bernard M. Gordon Prize for Innovation in Engineering and Technology Education
The Dartmouth Engineering Entrepreneurship Program (DEEP) at the university's
While serving as dean of
Co-director and then director of M.E.M.,
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