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A novel cooling technique to improve the speed and sensitivity of RF measurements. The technique allows quantum measurements to be performed with room-temperature equipment, as well as more sensitive and quicker EPR and NMR measurements.
A novel method to fabricate porous metal mats with high porosity, variable/controllable thicknesses, high surface area and good mechanical strength
A novel technique to manufacture Fibre Reinforced Plastic (FRP) with improved damage tolerance
An entirely new MRI system that exploits the 55° magic angle to provide useful image contrast and novel information about the collagen microstructure in ligaments, tendons and menisci.
A method for fine-tuning gene expression in Yarrowia Lipoltica
Improved process for synthesizing ammonia under ambient conditions significantly reducing energy requirements and carbon emissions.
Methods to tune the porosity of boron nitride and shape porous boron nitride into densified ready-to-use macrostructures
A novel nanomedicine platform technology using biocompatible and biodegradable nanovesicles as carriers for a variety of clot-lysing thrombolytics
MASERs allow signals at microwave frequencies (0.1-100 GHz) to be amplified with unparalleled low electronic noise, allowing applications both as a receiver for deep-space communication, radar and medical imaging, and as a frequency standard for atomic clocks.
A novel approach to light-sheet fluorescence microscopy that uses a folded optical configuration to achieve both sample scanning and dual-view image acquisition.
Licensing and IP performance 2019/20
Imperial inventors submitted 250 invention disclosures to our IPC team during the year
Imperial College London's licensing portfolio comprises 244 licences
Imperial filed 137 patents (including PCT applications) during the year
Imperial's patent portfolio reached 331 patents during the year
The UK Cystic Fibrosis Gene Therapy Consortium (GTC) is one of the partners in a licensing agreement with Boehringer Ingelheim. Find out more
Imperial has licensed iNKT cell technology based on research by Prof. Tassos Karadimitris to SUDA Pharmaceuticals. Find out more
Imperial will benefit from continued support for translational biomedical research under a unique technology transfer model. Find out more
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