Advanced Light Source at sunset facing the San Francisco Bay. The Joint Genome Institute building at twilight. Molecular Foundry surrounded by morning fog. Shyh Wang Hall at sunset. Shyh Wang Hall entrance in the evening. Two researchers standing next to a vent hood in goggles and blue coats. A scientist in a blue lab coat handles a material.

These new membranes could allow high-voltage battery cells to operate at higher power and more efficiently, important factors for both electric vehicles and aircraft. The research took advantage of capabilities available at DOE national user facilities managed by Berkeley Lab, including the Molecular Foundry, Advanced Light Source, and NERSC.

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