The EPSRC-iCASE project is to develop high performance piezoelectric and dielectric polymer nanocomposites through novel intrinsic modification approaches, for flexible energy generators and actuators.
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The EPSRC-iCASE project is to develop functional nanocomposite coatings via emulsion polymerisation and melt-extrusion technologies. The enhanced anticorrosion performance are derived from the improved barrier and redox functions of the coating.
This EU H2020-funded research project aims at developing thinner and stronger biomedical scaffolds based on bioresorbable polymer nanocomposites. More information on the project can be found here: http://www.bi-stretch-4-biomed.com/index.asp
BIaxial STRETCHing of PLLA-WS2 nanocomposites FOR thinner and stronger BIOMEDical scaffolds - Bi-Stretch-4-Biomed with Lukasz Figiel, Tara Schiller, Funded by: European Commission, Project Start Date 01-02-2016 - Project End Date 31-01-2020
Two industry-funded projects will look at new types of biodegradable polymers through copolymerisation and melt-extrusion, mainly targeting packaging and engineering applications.
Cross-scale prediction of Antimicrobial Resistance: from molecules to populations with Matt Keeling, Deirdre Hollingsworth, Mark Pallen, Nick Waterfield, Matthew Turner, Vasily Kantsler, Marco Polin, Rudo Roemer, Neil Evans, Michael Chappell, James Covington, PeterJ. Thomas, Peter Scott, Matthew Gibson, Tim Bugg, Alison Rodger, Peter Sadler, Jozef Lewandowski, Christopher Dowson, Elizabeth Fullam, David Roper, Corinne Smith, Funded by: EPSRC, Project Start Date 01-09-2015 - Project End Date 31-01-2019
Flash sintering of Composite Ceramic Materials and Structures Funded by: EPSRC, Project Start Date 01-05-2018 - Project End Date 30-04-2020
This EU H2020-funded project aims at developing a cheap energy through a lithium-ion energy storage system offering in-service time of 20-25 years. More information on the project can be found here: http://www.sintbat.eu/home.html