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  • A New Perovskite Based Anode For Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

    The new perovskite anode is a single phase material which is stable over the operating temperatures of a Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (600 – 1000 degrees Centigrade) both in fuel and air atmospheres.

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  • Efficient Hydrogen generation for renewable energy storage and transmission

    Efficient Hydrogen generation for renewable energy storage and transmission Within an ongoing Research and Development project new materials and designs have been developed to electrolyse steam at 500 – 600 ºC. The elevated temperature makes the conversion process more efficient by simpli...

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  • SOFCRoll - an advance in solid oxide fuel cell technology

    The SOFCRoll fuel cell overcomes many of the exisiting challenges of other solid oxide fuel cells. Its double spiral geometry reduces the cost and the number of steps in producing fuel cells. The SOFCRoll has been further developed by St Andrews Fuel Cells Ltd, and is now available to licence

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Supercell diffractive optics for thin film solar cells

    Light absorption in thin films can be strongly enhanced when guided modes supported by the thin films are excited. We present a novel design for diffraction gratings combined with a supercell which shifts energy from low to higher diffraction orders boosting solar cell efficiency.

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  • Topology specific security holograms

    The most prominent high security holographic anti-counterfeiting techniques include dot-matrix holograms and electron beam defined holograms. Both techniques require laser illumination, and the image can be viewed with a screen, CCD, or directly by the human eye.

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  • Novel Optical Concentrator for BIPV Systems

    Building Integrated Photovoltaic (BIPV) solar concentrator systems not only generate electricity, but also allow the transformation of ambient light and the use of cogenerated heat for various fundtions. Commercial advantages of BIPV include substantial reduction in amount of silcon used and reduced...

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