Technology Transfer and Investment Opportunities
The purpose of Wales IP is to bring new research and investment together, making it easier for investors to find suitable university technology to invest in, and easier for institutions to commercialise their intellectual property. We provide a single point for potential investors and external companies to view technology transfer opportunities from the IPCoP partnership.
The IPCoP institutions have made university technology available in a common, searchable, format.
Please use the 'Search Filter' (opposite) to refine your selection or scroll down and browse the wealth of opportunities available.
This technology uses micro-spheres to offer greatly increased magnification and resolution in optical microscopes
- Bangor University
- Electronics, Sensors and Photonics, Life Sciences, Materials, Nanotechnology, Physical Sciences
A low-temperature, ambient pressure, energy efficient process which gives product meeting British Standards for silica gel desiccant.
- University of South Wales
- Aerospace, Aviation and Transport, Chemical, Construction and Built Environment, Creative Industries, Electronics, Sensors and Photonics, Engineering and Manufacturing, Food and Drink, Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals, Life Sciences, Materials, Agriculture
A novel composition of bone cement incorporating a liposomal drug delivery system. This provides improved dispersion of therapeutic agents, release characteristics and antimicrobial properties without compromising mechanical strength and fatigue properties.
- Cardiff University
Graphene is grown from diamond through the use of an iron catalyst layer which enables production at industrially applicable temperatures.
- Aberystwyth University