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Next Generation Implantable Neural Interfaces

Smartphone Ballistocardiogram App

Using smartphone technology to assess cardiac health

Voltage measurement for cancerous tissues

The novel technology uses voltage-based method to differentiate cancerous from non-cancerous tissue and can detect a wide range of cancerous tissue in real-time.

Autonomous System Safety: Model-Checker Toolkit

Providing guarantees against risk of faults for autonomous systems

Endoscopic scanning probe device for rapid screening of hollow organs dysplasia

A robotic optical-biopsy scanning framework termed EndoDrone is proposed to improve the sensitivity of gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopy by automated scanning and real-time classification of wide tissue areas based on optical data. A “hot-spot” map is generated to highlight dysplastic or cancerous lesions for further scrutiny or concurrent resection. The device works as an add-on accessory to any conventional endoscope and to our knowledge is the first of its kind. The current functional prototype, which uses hyperspectral (HS) optical biopsy, is compatible with the anatomical dimensions of the colon, is envisaged to allow the identification of flat and small precancerous lesions that are currently missed.

Coded Sequences for Pulse Compression in Pulse Echo Measurements

Boosting SNR sensitivity and usable range for transducers in sonar, weather radar, geophysical exploration or medical and industrial ultrasound applications.

On-demand disinfectant production

Electrochemical flow reactor that generates inorganic oxidants at rates controlled by the applied electric current.

Precision Enhancement in Time-of-Flight cameras

Software solution for infinite measurement precision in time-of-flight cameras

Subject Stratification Methodology

Patient Metabolic profiling for personalised medicine.

TB Diagnostic Gene Signature

Gene expression for tuberculosis diagnosis

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