A novel device that can be fitted to home-care appliances to generate hydrogen peroxide or bleach, effectively producing a ‘self-cleaning’ appliance.
A high-power and high-efficiency new methodology for laser vortex creation that enables new devices and applications with vortex spatial format.
On-board 3D printing, spider-like string dispensing and perching, multifunctional legs and origami bumpers.
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.
An improved luminescent concentrator design with enhanced colour stability and greater optical output power for a given device length, with a wide range of potential applications from video projectors to photochemical reactors.
Over 3x energy saved vs standard wireless IoT sensor implementations.
A simple, low-cost and scalable technology to fabricate solution-processed circularly polarised organic light-emitting diodes.
Low cost energy harvesters for electronic devices
Non-invasive, remote condition monitoring to increase machine uptime in Industrial IoT