This work is funded by the Faraday Institution for a duration of 4 years and is associated with the recycling and reuse project ReLiB, Recycling of Li-Ion Batteries. The Faraday Institution Cluster PhD students receive an enhanced stipend above the standard EPSRC offer. The total annual stipend is approximately £20,000 plus an additional £7,000 annually to cover training and travel costs. Recipients will have access to multiple networking opportunities, industry visits, mentorship, internships, as well as quality experiences that will further develop knowledge, skills, and aspirations.
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