Bath’s Young Engineering Talent
Four of Bath's brightest engineering talents travelled to Parliament this week as part of a national exhibition. University of Bath students Benjamin Lindsey, Jonathan Shanks, Edwige Sima-Ella and Chin-Chih Tai were all selected to take part in the event ...
Major Funding Boost for University...
A new ‘green’ technology company that aims to provide the compressed air industry with more energy efficient ways of reducing its carbon footprint has been awarded a grant of almost £250K from the Carbon Trust’s Applied Research scheme.
Brian Mercer Award for Innovation Winner
A new technology that could drastically reduce the amount of pollution emitted by a range of industrial processes has received a prestigious award from the Royal Society. The technology traps carbon dioxide (CO2) and other pollutants so they can be removed and, where possible, recycled back into the production process.
Nano-porous Solutions Ltd
Nano-porous Solutions Ltd is a spinout company of the University of Bath, established to commercialise a patented nano-porous, multi layer, adsorbent hollow fibre technology originally developed by Dr Semali Perera and Dr Chin Chih Tai in the University’s department of Chemical Engineering.
Green air filtration receives major funding
Nano-porous Solutions, a new 'green' technology company, has been awarded a grant of almost GBP250K from the Carbon Trust Applied Research Scheme.
Ten Top Technologies for 2008
University of Bath professor Semali Perera developed the technology with research officer Chin Chih Tai in the university’s Department of Chemical Engineering.