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Meet the Team – University of Latvia

24 May, 2022
Introducing our partners from the University of Latvia (UL), which includes research groups from the Institute of Chemical Physics (UL ICP) and the Institute of Solid State Physics (UL ISSP).
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A day in the Materials Chemistry and Analysis Group lab

20 April, 2022
Recently we had the opportunity to visit our partners, the Materials Chemistry and Analysis Group (MCAG) from UCC in their lab.
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Meet the Team – UCC Academy

16 March, 2022
In this article, we introduce our partners from UCC Academy, who are the project's science communications partner and support with project management.
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Meet the Team – Advanced Energy Materials Group, Tyndall National Institute

28 February, 2022
The Advanced Energy Materials Group (AEMG) at the Tyndall National Institute are responsible for are responsible for characterising and validating the fabricated thermoelectric cell in the TRANSLATE device, with the focus of targeted power generation. Come and meet their team.
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Nanochannel Theory Explained

17 February, 2022
TRANSLATE consortium member and Work Package 1 leader, Professor Steffen Hardt (Technische Universität Darmstadt), tells us about the physics of thermoelectric energy conversion in nanochannels.
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Meet the Team – Cidete

16 February, 2022
Cidete are responsible for assisting in the electrical and thermal characterisation of nanofluidic platforms, preparing and characterising suitable electrode materials for intercalative energy harvesting cells, and testing prototype devices. Come and meet their team.
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Download our first TRANSLATE project newsletter for updates on our progress in the first year, as well as recent blogs, team profiles, events, and where to idea behind TRANSLATE originated.

The TRANSLATE newsletter is issued annually in June between 2022 and 2025.

The newsletter was designed by the Creative Services team at UCC Academy.