Intellectual Property

Novel Batteries using Ionic Liquids Novel Batteries using Ionic Liquids Queen's University Belfast
Researchers at the Queen’s University, Belfast have developed a novel battery technology. The technology concerns the development of 'green' rechargeable batteries using ionic quinone/hydroquinone derivatives, which could generate higher voltages than conventional large scale flow batteries which use vanadium. more >>
BioSettler wastewater treatment BioSettler wastewater treatment Queen's University Belfast
Scientists at the QUESTOR Centre, Queen's University of Belfast have developed a product enabling improved wastewater treatment. The BioSettler™ enhances the final settlement process in wastewater treatment plants allowing additional treatment to occur, aiding compliance with discharge consents to surface waters. more >>
Granular Fertiliser from Anaerobic Digester Granular Fertiliser from Anaerobic Digester Queen's University Belfast
Researchers at Queen's University, Belfast have developed methods to convert the waste liquor from anaerobic digestion (AD) into an organic granular fertiliser. The nutrients contained within the AD waste liquor are concentrated onto the solid which can be stored and transported easily, and later used as a fertiliser. more >>