Overview Last year I was awarded a grant from the EPSRC for research that will form the basis for transforming the accuracy of detection for diseases. Following this I was able to establish the “Rheological Microfluidic” lab within IMPACT. Our vision is to transform the healthcare diagnostic using biocompatible polymer solutions. The project is titled: […]
My love for science first, and electrical engineering later, brought me to travel to many places, starting from a small village in Northern Italy to Milan, to the Unites States, to Swansea, and to many other places in between.
When the coronavirus pandemic struck, many researchers within the fields of science, medicine and engineering looked for ways their skills could be utilised to support healthcare professionals when dealing with this unprecedented pressure on the NHS frontline. Like many, IMPACT Senior Fund Development Officer, Dr Dimitris Pletsas knew of the possibilities of using 3D printers […]
Reducing the cost of energy from Offshore Wind Turbines: An experimental study of very thick flatback airfoils
The use of Offshore Wind Turbines as a clean and renewable source of energy is well known. The ability to harness the power of wind that is produced out at sea means there is an unlimited and non-polluting source that has the additional benefits of being able to support much larger unit capacities and sizes […]