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Our Technologies




Nanowire
Sensor

There are a number of sensing applications for which this invention would be useful in: gas, chemical and biological applications.

Topical
Patch

Psoriasis is a common chronic skin disorder that causes red and flaky patches of skin covered with a silver scale.

Stress
Sensor

Cortisol, also known as hydocortisone is a steroid hormone released in response to stress and a low level of blood sugar.

Lung Cancer
Biomarkers

Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) is a non-invasive technology that can detect structural changes in molecules from tissue or cells.

Fluid
Simulation

This technique uses viewing information to save computational cost while giving richer fine-scale details for the space that can be observed by the viewer.

Piezoelectric
Energy

Describes a simple geometry, electrically isolating left and right sides of the crystal so their voltages generated can be summed.

Yeast for Biofuel
Fermentation

Yeast cell with capability to metabolise fructans into ethanol directly, simplifying the process, improving yield (by 25%) and reducing production costs.

Fisheye
Correction

Videos and images taken with fisheye lenses have a wide view angle of around 180 degrees, while restricted by standard rectilinear lenses.

Graphene
Biosensor

Involves growing graphene sheets by the thermal decomCargo of a SiC substrate heated to a temperature higher than 1000°C.

Intubation
Device

Provides an adaptable training device that can give a more realistic feel to introducing intubation devices into bodies.

Convex
Transforms

Developed using a new mathematical theorem, to smooth images and to identify points on an image or a data array which are geometrically singular.

Microwave
Imaging

This invention provides an adaptable security system where RFID tags are Cargoed around an area and generate directed RF signals.

Photon
Mapping

Produces dramatically more realistic images with fewer photons in the estimate, and therefore speeds up rendering time.

Superheated
Ice

This invention defines a novel method for producing frozen foams by forcing a sample of water-based product into a doubly meta stable condition.

Printing of
Antibodies

In this technology, antibodies are patterned onto flexible plastic films using the flexographic process so that reel to reel printing may be used.

Optical
Detector

A detector is deliberately detuned by inclusion of a filter such that the distortion created by the optical network is compensated for and up to 3dB.

Graphics
Accelerator

Describes how to identify the intersection in a much more efficient manner, so it can introduce the concept of movie quality for real time images.

Gas
Generator

Capable of delivering gas over a sustained period of time by producing the gas chemically in combination with a recirculating gas delivery system.

Moleculomics

A technology platform that take genetic information and automatically convert this data into detailed three-dimensional models.

Supercalc

A next generation general-purpose calculator that automatically corrects errors in mathematical syntax so that the conclusion is always consistent.

Seraticin

Swansea researchers have been developing a potentially valuable treatment for fighting infections, including the MRSA.

Bioreactor

Used for light sensitive biological processes such as growing of algae that can be used in manufacturing processes.

Memristor

The present invention describes a method for the manufacture of such components at very low cost using conventional PCB technology.

Bird Harness

Scientists have developed a harness that is fabricated from a hypoallergenic, soft and elastic material used by the medical industry called Silastic®.

Style Analysis Based Image
Paint Rendering

Automatically transforms real photos into painting-like images following specific artist styles. It can turn your own portrait into a Van Gogh painting.

Research in New
Product Forecasting

A new product forecasting methodology has been developed, which helps achieving an accuracy rate of 60%, which is reported to be highly accurate.

Purification of Glucose
Binding Protein

This technology solves the problem of making high purity recombinant Concanavalin A by reducing contamination.

Cartilage
Repair

Diseased, osteoarthritic cartilage can be potentially regenerated using a combination of specific growth factor proteins.

Morphing
Wing

The CMFT developed by aerospace engineers have a solution to this problem that takes advantage of material and structural compliance.

Plant
Guard

This invention provides a physical barrier between plants & pests in the form of a tubular structure that can be positioned around stems.

Detector for monitoring
multi leaf

MLC are controlled by preprogramed software to shape the X-ray beams during treatment, to protect healthy tissues & target cancerous tissue.

Pine Weevil
Control

A botanical based compound which can be applied to the breeding grounds of pine weevils that will attract and help eradicate the damages caused.

Gene Silencing
Technology

A viable, cost-effective method of delivering RNAi to populations of insect by infecting them with a bacterium that is a natural gut symbiont.

Raised Access
Floor Panels

Allows for rapid, accurate temperature regulator which is low voltage and can easily be scaled to fit either commercial or domestic floors, walls & ceilings.

Motor Neuron Disease Diagnostic

A research group has established that endogenous cholesterol metabolites can have a neuroprotective and a neurotoxic effect on motor neurons.

Microneedle-Based Blood Glucose Monitoring

It is estimated that the blood glucose measurement market exceeds £14 billion worldwide and it is expected to maintain its growth.

Ion Detection

The body's ionic concentrations of specific ions are important to the general health and well-being of the human body.

PDF Extraction

A software suite extending the capabilities of the existing 7 electronic file viewers in order to allow the users to input the desired search queries.

ShakerScope

Access to power is not a problem in a Westernised society, in remote communities mains power sources are not always available.

COPD Detector

The technology was developed at the Centre for NanoHealth (CNH) at Swansea University by Professor Paul Lewis.

Innovation

Next generation solutions

We assist in the transfer of knowledge and build bridges between academia and business by licensing technology and developing spin-out companies.