NRNC05 - Detection of closed cracks in highly attenuative materials
Detection of Closed Cracks in Highly Attenuative Materials
NRN026 - Efficient Modelling and Optimisation of Advanced Nano-Plasmonic Optical Biosensors and Markers
The aim of this proposal is to develop an efficient modelling technique for quantitative description, analysis, and optimization of advanced intracellular biosensors and markers for research and therapy based on optical resonances of metal nanoparticles.
NRN049 - Understanding Aspects of Cardiovascular Disease via A Multi-Physics Modelling Methodology
We have developed a mathematical / computational framework for the in silico testing of pharmacological probes related to vascular disease. This novel approach has been validated experimentally and aspects of the work published in a number of peer reviewed journals.
NRN113 - On-Chip Microfluidic Nanoscope for Super-Resolution Imaging and Analysis of Biological Samples
One of the great challenges in optics is to break diffraction limit to achiever optical super-resolution for imaging, sensing applications in nanoscale. Bangor University pioneered microsphere super-resolution imaging technique which features real-time, label-free super-resolution imaging capability under white light illumination
NRN024 - Flexible Access networks using Intelligent and Reconfigurable elements
This project will contribute to a dynamic, application-aware, software-controlled, high throughput network framework capable of automatically and elastically extending required facilities depending upon actual application demand.
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