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Low cost method to produce Circularised Polarised OLEDs

The cost of LCD and AMOLED displays can be reduced and their transmission efficiency doubled by removing the polarizing layer.

Broad-spectrum anti-intimin peptides and rabbit polyclonal antiserum

Peptide and rabbit polyclonal antiserum for broad spectrum of intimin subtypes. For use in research on E. coli-derived diarrhoeal disease.

Citrobacter rodentium NalR-strain (ICC169)

The only known attaching and effacing (A/E) pathogen to naturally infect mice, Citrobacter rodentium can be used as a model organism for the study of certain E. coli-derived diarrhoeal diseases. Expresses the same intimin β protein as several strains of EPEC and EHEC.

SmartFrequency

Grid Frequency Estimation and Power Fault Detection

Nanotube-grafted carbon fibres

A modification on the chemical vapour deposition process capable of prducing nanotube-grafted carbon fibres without damaging the carbon fibre substrate.

HKMT Inhibitors

Small molecule inhibitors for treatment of solid tumours

InfiniCharge

Low cost energy harvesters for electronic devices

Active Variable Geometry Suspension

A novel suspension system that offers the benefits of a fully active suspension system and the simplicity of a passive system.

SupeRes

Image Resolution Enhancement

EURECA

High Perfomance FPGA for Dynamic Data Access

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