EPSRC-sponsored researchers at University of Leeds have created
a ‘non-invasive’ dental treatment which could help the 31% of adults
EPSRC-sponsored engineers at Loughborough University have developed an innovative 3D printing technique to create customised panels...
Safety by design
A software tool which protects the functionality and security of computer systems has been developed by EPSRC sponsored researchers...
Award-winning technology developed by Syrinix, a company set up to
commercialise EPSRC-sponsored research at the University of East
The wonder stuff
Wonder material graphene, the strongest, thinnest material there
is, has a host of amazing potential applications – from flexible
Flight of the Demon
In 2011, Demon, an unmanned aircraft developed through EPSRC’s
Strategic Partnership with BAE Systems, became the first aircraft in
Crest of a wave
Aquamarine Power, a hydro-electric wave energy company set up to
commercialise EPSRC-funded research, has installed two unique
Follow the sun
Cheap solar power might soon be possible thanks to a new type
of flexible, organic solar panel developed by an EPSRC-sponsored
The sky's the limit
The European Space Agency’s Galileo satellite navigation system
is being launched with technology developed by British satellite
OXEMS, a company created to commercialise EPSRC-funded
research, has developed a unique sensor device to detect
Whisky a no-no
In an industry with an export value to the UK of £2 billion, counterfeit
whisky bootlegging is a serious and expensive problem.
An ultra-low-cost scanner that can be plugged into any computer to show images of an unborn baby has been developed by EPSRC-sponsored...
Light at the end of the tunnel
LED lighting technology has the potential to slash electricity consumption by 15 per cent – reducing carbon emissions by an estimated...