OVER 20 physicists and chemists at IISER, Pune, had united in July last year to bring their works on green energy on one platform the Centre for Energy Science (CES).
With the addition of vital instrumentation facilities like the High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscope (HRTEM), worth Rs 7.6 crore, the centre will soon be operational in its full capacity.
The is the first centre across all the IISERs in the country to dedicatedly undertake research work and devise cost-effective batteries, supercapacitors, LEDs and fuel cells — solely for clean energy harvesting, storage and conservation. Read More…
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