Impact Acceleration Account Case Studies

View our case studies and find out about how businesses have benefitted from collaborating with Science and Technology at Lancaster University.

Process Instruments (UK) Limited

Head of Lancaster University’s Chemistry Department collaborated with Process Instruments (UK) Limited to develop new sensor to improve water treatment.

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Microfab

Experts from the Department of Engineering helped laboratory device business Microfab Limited develop prototypes and proof of concept for a low pressure pump system and micro fluid incubator.

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T.E.Laboratories

T.E.Laboratories collaborated with experts from the Lancaster Environment Centre to develop a new sampling approach as an assessment tool for compliance with European environmental quality standards.

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Compound Semiconductor Technologies

Compound Semiconductor Technologies Limited (CST) have been developing a thermophotovoltaic (TPV) cell, conceived at Lancaster University, that directly converts waste heat into electric power.

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Tomorrow's Medicines Limited

Tomorrow's Medicines Limited sought to use social media data in order to recommend personalized clinical trial opportunities to patients.

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Lancaster Material Analysis

Lancaster Material Analysis was able to identify suitable software which could be modified to automate their analysis, which will increase the company’s efficiency and the range of products they can provide services for.

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James Fisher MIMIC

James Fisher Mimic (JFM) and the Engineering Department's Dr Xiandong Ma wanted to make ships ‘smarter’ through developing condition monitoring software – Mimic – to improve fuel efficiency and reduce unnecessary maintenance.

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British Standards Institution (BSI)

British Standards Institution (BSI) is a business standards company that equips businesses with the necessary solutions to turn standards of best practice into habits of excellence.

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DefineX Ltd.

DefineX offers expertise in embedded, electrical, control & instrumentation systems and health & safety, quality and environmental management.

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Createc

Createc has a long term partnership with Lancaster University’s Engineering Department.

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Quantum Base

Quantum Base Ltd, a Lancaster University spin-out company formed by Phillip Speed and Dr Robert Young, provides security solutions that are simple and practical using Quantum Security.

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