Professor Michael Cortie is using nanotechnology and gold to target or diagnose diseases in people.
Dr Angus Gentle has invented a coating, where it can reduce the need for air-conditioning, giving us a green alternative to keep us cool and comfortable.
Household and consumer items are using gallium nitride as an energy saving alternative. Professor Matthew Phillip's research is exploring the possibilities of zinc oxide, a material with better properties than its energy saving predecessor.
Dr Andrew McDonagh's research focuses on using molecules to construct structures on surfaces that can be probe with the goal to isolate the molecule for its electronic properties.
Marianne Menictas's third year undergraduate research project was to maximise the warning potential in the Mediterranean coastal regions.
Choices are made daily. Dr Stephen Bush analyses this mental thought process, with the aim to build better statistical models to understand why people make the choices they do.
The development of a portable forensics laboratory, "lab on a chip" to allow police agencies to uncover real time information at the crime scene is an amazing invention.
Kate Grimwood's research focuses on forensic fire investigation, where she looks at polyurethane and its behaviour pre-flame, post-suppression and the quantity of polyurethane needed to reach flashover.