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Pavlov dies aged 86

Tue, 08/29/2017 - 12:23 -- News Editor
Pavlov dies aged 86

Professor Detchko Pavlov, the Bulgarian academician who dedicated practically his whole life to research and development of lead-acid batteries, died last Friday. He was 86. Pavlov’s almost legendary 65-year-long career in battery research began in 1953.

A graduate of the University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy in Sofia, for the next seven years he worked as assistant to the Chair of Physical Chemistry of the same university with Prof. St. Hristov.

 

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Honours for Li-ion and lead-acid pioneers at Naatbat conference

Mon, 02/23/2015 - 09:57 -- Paul Crompton
Dr Stan Whittingham (Left ) receives a lifetime achievement award from Ralph Brodd, chief technical officer of Nattbatt at the association’s meeting in Phoenix, US .

Nattbatt International, the not for profit trade association for the advanced battery industry, honoured both the living and the dead at its annual meeting in Phoenix last week.

A lifetime achievement award was made to Stan Whittingham, a key figure in the history of the development of Lithium-ion batteries and critical to the establishment of inercalation electrodes.

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