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.
The production of liquid transport fuels from renewable, sustainable biomass feedstock is a rapidly growing global need. Aberystwyth University have developed an improved process for the production of biofuel from grass, with lower capital costs than current processes.
- Aberystwyth University
- Chemical, Energy and Renewables, Environment and Sustainability, Food and Drink, Agriculture
Microbial fuel cells (MFCs) are high-potential technologies that could revolutionise many processes by making available the chemical energy in waste streams.
- University of South Wales
- Chemical, Energy and Renewables, Environment and Sustainability, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences