Monthly Archives: June 2014

Manufacturing route for ultra high performance LED’s

  High performance LED’s lighting systems produce significant heat which require large heat sinks – these require careful design, complicated manufacturing processes and increase cost. One approach is to produce a different substrate; aluminum coated with a high performance ceramic with excellent electrical insulating properties yet with high thermal conductivity, giving a combined substrate/heat sink… Read more »

Electrode pack for advanced disease detection system

Situation The development of antibody based disease detection systems, using RF impedance measurements, by ELISHA, a spin out from Leeds University, has been underway for some years, with significant potential to quantitatively identify a wide range of diseases, such as STD’s, bladder and bowel cancer etc. However significant difficulties were found with existing electrode structures… Read more »