High-performing non-fullerene acceptors and new molecules for ternary photovoltaic systems.
Portable laser for skin surgery & aesthetic treatments achieved using off-the-shelf LEDs as light source.
Patented technology developed by leading researchers in the Department of Aeronautics at Imperial College London. A smart core fabricated from many layers of piezoceramic material, forming a honeycomb structure. Actuation of the walls, which can be performed independently for each cell, will morph the core shape. This enables, for example, an aircraft wing to change shape to match optimal conditions during flight.
A novel multi-laminar and anisotropic osteochondral scaffold has been developed and preliminary in vivo data obtained. This scaffold mimics the natural structure of articular cartilage, which is a highly organized, fibre-reinforced tissue with specific mechanical and biological properties.
Enables the production of lightweight but tough and damage tolerant structures
Poly(Vinylidene Fluoride) (PVDF) Membranes for non-solvent induced phase separation.
Electrochemical flow reactor that generates inorganic oxidants at rates controlled by the applied electric current.
The cost of LCD and AMOLED displays can be reduced and their transmission efficiency doubled by removing the polarizing layer.
A modification on the chemical vapour deposition process capable of prducing nanotube-grafted carbon fibres without damaging the carbon fibre substrate.
Functionalised graphene for use as a nucleant