Intellectual Property

A Novel Superhydrophobic Coating Technology A Novel Superhydrophobic Coating Technology Queen's University Belfast
Researchers at QUB have invented a unique and innovative method for producing superhydrophobic coated surfaces to impart robust and long lasting water repellency on a wide range of surfaces more >>
Photodynamic antimicrobial paints & varnishes Photodynamic antimicrobial paints & varnishes Queen's University Belfast
Researchers at the QUB have developed methods to incorporate sensitiser compounds into paints, varnishes and lacquers which render surfaces antimicrobial, under normal ambient lighting conditions. more >>
Light activated infection-resistant biomaterial Light activated infection-resistant biomaterial Queen's University Belfast
Researchers at QUB have developed methods to incorporate compounds at the surface of medical materials which show a sustained ability to resist infection. more >>
Light-triggered drug delivery biomaterial Light-triggered drug delivery biomaterial Queen's University Belfast
Researchers at QUB have developed a innovative technology which allows drugs to be released on-demand using light, for a range of applications from infection-resistant medical devices to tailored drug dosing devices. more >>
Electronically Configurable Millimetre Wave Filters & Antennas Electronically Configurable Millimetre Wave Filters & Antennas Queen's University Belfast
Originally developed for Space applications, this novel technology makes use of a combination of advanced micromachining and liquid crystal technology to create frequency selective surface devices that enable system designers to have free space electronically configurable millimetre wave filters and robust low-powered high frequency antennas more >>
PackIT - Material modelling software PackIT - Material modelling software Queen's University Belfast
Researchers at QUB have developed a software tool "PackIT" that will enable product designers and manufacturing engineers to develop lighter and more functional plastic packaging products. The new software provides designers and engineers with a tool to model and improve their thermoforming processes more >>
Plasmonic nanorod metamaterials for chemical and bio sensing Plasmonic nanorod metamaterials for chemical and bio sensing Queen's University Belfast
Researchers at QUB have discovered an improvement in biosensing technology using a plasmonic metamaterial that is capable of supporting a guided mode in a porous nanorod layer. more >>