Results For: "sensor"

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  • Thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) compounds

    We have developed a series of deep blue TADF emitters for OLEDS. The emitters contain both carbazole donors and oxadiazole acceptors to effectively form excitons by a charge trapping mechanism.

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  • New luminescent materials for lighting

    The best performing OLED devices are currently based on iridium and platinum emitters. Our new materials, based on luminescent ditopic Pd(0) complexes are the most emissive palladium complexes reported to date and with easily tuneable emmission energies provide a an ideal new family of OLEDs.

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  • Biimidazole based iridium complexes for blue light emission

    Printing plastic electronics from solution promises to revolutionise the manufacture of luminaires and the production of high-efficiency light sources. We have designed deep-blue emitting cationic iridium complexes that are unprecedently bright to complement currently available red and green emitter...

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  • Calibration Device and method for Microcantilever Sensors

    Our technology provide the solution to enable the accurate calibration of microcantilever sensors used in Atomic force Microscopy (AFM), microfluidic applications, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)and lab-on-a-chip technolgies.

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  • Lab in a Pill

    Scientists at the University of Glasgow have pioneered a new sensor technology, Lab-in-a-Pill, that could have major impact on the cost and effectiveness of bowel cancer treatment.

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  • Thermoelectric Sensor

    The Thermoelectric Sensor technology is a Nano-Calorimetric Sensor which measures very small changes in temperature. The IP provides a route to making the most sensitive calorimetric measurements (with a resolution of 0.1 mK).

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  • Wireless EEG Neuro-Feedback System for Rehabilitation and Pain Management

    Researchers at the University of Glasgow have developed a Wireless Electroencephalogram Neuro-feedback System for rehabilitation and the treatment of chronic pain.

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  • Real-time chemical component analysis for monitoring and optimising process performance

    An innovative technique that enables continuous, real-time, in-situ component analysis and concentration measurements using proprietary software in combination with physical property sensors. This technique has applications in industrial carbon capture, gas desulphurisation, and gas sweetening proce...

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  • Tactile Skin for Prosthetics, Robotics and Wearable Systems

    Researchers at the University of Glasgow have developed tactile skin to be applied to robotics, prosthetics, healthcare and surgical instrumentation.

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  • Smart Building Management System

    A novel building energy management system has been developed for managing energy usage; heating, cooling, lighting etc. The system is based on a wireless sensor architecture and advanced artificial intelligence network. The system is able to optimise environmental controls based on remote, real-tim...

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