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Imperial.Tech.Pitch: Transition to zero pollution saw researchers and inventors from Imperial showcase their technologies and innovations that are helping companies and sectors to transition to a zero pollution future.

Novel control for froth flotation cells

Novel control for froth flotation cells

Introduction Mineral froth flotation is the largest tonnage industrial separation process in the world used for extracting valuable mineral contents in mining. A new simple, low cost, retro-fittable and field proven control system developed by engineers from Imperial...

High-strength anticlogging permeable concrete pavement

High-strength anticlogging permeable concrete pavement

As societies become increasingly urbanised, there is a vulnerability to flooding because impermeable infrastructure are wholly incapable of absorbing rainfall. Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS), such as permeable pavements, have been developed to mitigate flooding risks.

Professor Chris Cheeseman

Professor Chris Cheeseman

Christopher Cheeseman is Professor of Materials Resources Engineering in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Imperial College London. He is the Head of the Materials Section and the Director of the UKCRIC Centre for Infrastructure Materials based...

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