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Bio-inspired flying drones for monitoring, maintenance and repair

On-board 3D printing, spider-like string dispensing and perching, multifunctional legs and origami bumpers.

Efficient High-End Solar Cells

Multi-Junction Solar Cells

Hybrid Powertrains

Imperial College London Engineers have developed innovative driveline technology in novel series and parallel arrangements, reducing complexity, weight and volume and providing approx. 40% cost savings in the powetrain.

LDEye Outpatient

LDEye Outpatient is an integrated solution for Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) patients consisting of:

1. A smart mobile application for coaching and monitoring patients' diet and exercise during their daily activities at home

2. A cloud-based web platform for the management of patients by doctors and dietitians with the capability of direct communication and the storage/analysis of data

Efficient organic solar panels

High-performing non-fullerene acceptors and new molecules for ternary photovoltaic systems.

Load independent Class EF inverter

Zero voltage switching with constant output current for any load value without tuning or component replacement in wireless power transfer

Novel platform for vaccine development using modified Viral-like Particles (VLPs)

A novel platform for production of Viral-like Particles (VLPs) used as a single vaccine against a range of viruses, including HIV, HPV, or Ebola. The invention combines two technical innovations; core platform to generate non-infectious VLPs based on the modification of Mumps or Parainfluenza 5 viruses, and a ‘pseudotyping’ technology to incorporate viral glycoproteins of choice on the surface of VLPs. As a proof of concept, the platform was used in development of modified VLPs against HIV. When used as a vaccine, VLPs boosted the production of anti-HIV antibodies better than the native virus.

Intense and Efficient Yellow Light Source from Luminescent Concentrator

Portable laser for skin surgery & aesthetic treatments achieved using off-the-shelf LEDs as light source.

SPARTA: Single Particle Automated Raman Trapping Analysis

A comprehensive nanoparticle analysis platform based on Raman spectroscopy providing simultaneous size, composition and functionalisation analysis as well as allowing monitoring of dynamic reactions occurring the surface of individual particles.

Biomimetic osteochondral scaffold

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.

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