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  • Image :NRN038 - Towards the next generation of  fast dynamics solvers in Engineering

    NRN038 - Towards the next generation of fast dynamics solvers in Engineering

    Modelling

    The objective of this research is the development of cutting-edge computational software for the simulation of newly emerging fast dynamics problems in industry.

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  • Image :NRN039 - Development of Breath Analyser using Field-Effect Transistors Based on Hybrid Nanomaterials

    NRN039 - Development of Breath Analyser using Field-Effect Transistors Based on Hybrid Nanomaterials

    Modelling, Sensors and Devices

    This project will develop a breath analyser using novel field-effect transistors (FET) using hybrid nanomaterials that can be fabricated using printing technology.

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  • Image :NRN045 - Modelling and design of semiconductor nano-lasers

    NRN045 - Modelling and design of semiconductor nano-lasers

    Sensors and Devices, STEM

    To develop advanced computational techniques for active nanoscale photonic devices leading to the design of novel electrically-pumped semiconductor nano-lasers.

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  • Image :NRN046 - Scandium Metal Processing for Space Applications

    NRN046 - Scandium Metal Processing for Space Applications

    Knowledge Transfer, Materials

    Discovery of new applications for Sc will increase global extraction of this underused element.

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  • Image :NRN049 - Understanding Aspects of Cardiovascular Disease via A Multi-Physics Modelling Methodology

    NRN049 - Understanding Aspects of Cardiovascular Disease via A Multi-Physics Modelling Methodology

    Knowledge Transfer, Modelling

    We are constructing a virtual cardiovascular system for the development and testing of novel pharmacological agents.

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  • NRN Network Has Achieved
  • In excess of 100 papers published
  • Over 150 conference abstracts
  • £10m+ in research funding
  • Over £4m In industrial funding
  • Inspired Hundreads of young learners through its STEM activities