Battery Technology
  • Podcast
  • Jan 8 2021

On this episode of "Behind the Blue," UK Public Relations and Strategic Communications' Carl Nathe talks with UK faculty members Chad Risko and Susan Odom about their energy storage research and how it connects to students in the classroom and the laboratory.

  • Article
  • Nov 13 2020

The nearly $4 million, four-year project, titled “Data-Enabled Discovery and Design to Transform Liquid-Based Energy Storage,” or D3TaLES, seeks to create new domain knowledge in materials science for the creation of next-generation batteries.

  • Article
  • Oct 26 2020

CAER is building an educational pilot plant to process collected electronic scrap. The plant will be designed, constructed & operated by students & will be financially supported by the sale of marketable metals.

  • Article
  • Dec 3 2019

Susan Odom, an assistant professor of chemistry in the University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences, is the recipient of the Women Chemists Committee's (WCC) "Rising Star" award. Odom is one of only 10 scientists to receive this honor.

  • Video
  • Apr 11 2018

UK computational chemist Chad Risko starts at the atomic level to design new materials for lithium ion batteries and electrical grid storage.

  • Article
  • Mar 7 2018

Chad Risko, an assistant professor of chemistry in the UK College of Arts and Sciences and researcher at the Center for Applied Energy Research, is one of 31 academic scientists at 22 institutions to receive the honor this year.

  • Video
  • Dec 8 2016

Susan Odom is developing organic compounds for next-generation batteries.

  • Video
  • Jul 13 2016

CAER researchers are using bourbon stillage to create energy-dense batteries.

  • Podcast
  • May 18 2016

Susan Odom talks about training students, her next-generation battery research, and the connection between chemistry and cooking.

  • Video
  • Oct 16 2012

Chemistry professor John Anthony describes pioneering work in solar tech and flexible transistors.