Israeli prize for Chemistry – 2022-2023
Posted on: April 12, 2023
Professor Emanuel Peled has been awarded the Israel Prize in the field of chemistry and chemical engineering research for his groundbreaking research in batteries and fuel cells. The Israel Prize is the highest cultural honor awarded by the State of Israel, and it recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to their fields of study.
The Israel Prize is the highest cultural honor awarded by the State of Israel, recognizing individuals who have made significant contributions to their fields of study. The prizes are to be awarded by Israel’s President on Israel’s Independence Day, this year on April 26th.
Professor Peled’s research covers a wide range of topics related to batteries and fuel cells, and his work has contributed significantly to the development of more advanced and efficient energy storage systems and battery technologies. This is crucial in today’s world, where renewable energy sources are becoming increasingly important, and the need for efficient energy storage is more critical than ever.
Professor Peled’s is a very prolific researcher with over 190 articles and over 11,000 citations in scientific journals. He holds 47 patents and has co-founded three start-up companies, Chemtronics EnStorage, and Honeycomb.
Professor Peled’s research and innovations have the potential to improve the efficiency, safety, and sustainability of energy storage systems, which could have significant impacts on our daily lives and the environment. His commitment to science and research is truly commendable.
Supporting researchers with high-quality instruments is important to us at BioLogic. We understand advancing scientific knowledge is crucial to finding solutions to some of the world’s most pressing problems. We congratulate Prof. Peled on the recognition of his distinguished career and his contributions to science and look forward to supporting his further research.