Case Studies

Advanced Materials and Molecules

Ensuring fire safety of next-generation foams

KCMC and KTN support, a collaboration between Vitafoam (Middleton, UK) and the UK’s leading fire materials research group led by Baljinder Kandola Bolton

MagnaPharm- Utilising high magnetic fields to direct polymorphism in pharmaceuticals

MagnaPharm- Utilising high magnetic fields to direct polymorphism in pharmaceuticals

Smart Sensors Setting the foundation for future technology trends

Developing low-cost, integrated smart sensor systems to address many measurement challenges is a priority. including the Internet of Things (IoT),

Adept Project: Aiming to enhance the UK’s manufacturing capability of nanoscale components using chalcogenides

This is a large-scale interdisciplinary research project, which is funded with over £6 million from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

Utilising high magnetic fields of direct polymorphism in pharmaceuticals

The collaborative research project led by Dr Simon Hall, Reader in Materials Chemistry University of Bristol funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020

NSG, University of Liverpool and STFC Hartree — Pioneering Materials Discovery – The Search for Transparent Conducting Materials

NSG Pilkington are world leaders in the manufacture of glass and glazing solutions of which a critical component is the functional glass coatings.

Carrington Textiles

The connections made between advanced materials leaders within the UK are often the roots of materials chemistry innovation.

University of Bolton and TBA Protective Technologies smart fire protection

Fire protection with integrated wireless sensor technology will allow for better management of fires, thereby saving lives and protecting physical assets.