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  • Image :NRN142 - Computational modelling of magnetic self-assembled chains

    NRN142 - Computational modelling of magnetic self-assembled chains

    Modelling

    This project will develop a particle-based modelling framework to investigate the complex dynamics of magnetic self-assembled colloidal chains embedded in a rigid micro-capsule.

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  • Image :NRN147 - Smart PONs Using DSP-Enabled Digital Filter Multiple Access

    NRN147 - Smart PONs Using DSP-Enabled Digital Filter Multiple Access

    Modelling, Sensors and Devices

    To satisfy the unprecedented and accelerating increase of end-users’ bandwidth requirements, passive optical networks (PONs) are widely considered as a “future-proof” technical strategy.

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  • Image :NRN150 - Copper-carbon nanotube Ultraconductive (UCC) wire

    NRN150 - Copper-carbon nanotube Ultraconductive (UCC) wire

    Materials

    The project aims to successfully scale and manufacture the majority of existing electrical products and systems, increasing the electrical efficiencies.

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  • Image :NRN152 - System integration of Concentrator Photovoltaics and  Thermoelectric devices for enhanced solar energy harvesting

    NRN152 - System integration of Concentrator Photovoltaics and Thermoelectric devices for enhanced solar energy harvesting

    Materials

    The efficiency of Concentrator Photovoltaic (CPV) cells is significantly reduced at high temperatures generated by the use of concentrating optics.

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  • Image :NRN156 - Cold atmospheric  gas plasma (CAP) technology to engineer  advanced materials with functional properties for arthroplasty

    NRN156 - Cold atmospheric gas plasma (CAP) technology to engineer advanced materials with functional properties for arthroplasty

    Materials

    This project will develop a novel method based on CAP technology to significantly improve mechanical and material properties of polymeric orthopaedic materials to achieve low wear rate without affecting the non-toxicity and to enhance osteoblasts adhesion, cytotoxicity and osseoconductivity of treated materials.

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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