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The UCL Institute for Materials Discovery has been established within The Faculty of Mathematical and Physical Sciences with advanced facilities and expertise in both theoretical modelling and experimental areas.‚Äč The Institute also collaborates closely with the Faculty of Engineering. *to integrate fundamental chemistry, physics, materials, engineering and biological principles across the disciplines *to create new opportunities in materials creation, discovery and exploitation for the development in clean energy, nanotechnology, engineering and biomedicine technologies. *to accelerate and integrate materials discovery, together with sustainable and economical processing into novel products and applications Aim The Institute aims to discover the next generation of advanced materials and develop sustainable synthesis/processing technologies to tackle major global problems in energy, healthcare, telecommunication and transport. Expertise The Centre is at the forefront of : R&D in advanced materials, nanotechnology, engineering and biomedicine that is supported by a strong multi-disciplinary team of specialists with expertise in chemistry, physics, biology, mathematics, computer science, materials, engineering, nanotechnology, biochemical engineering and biomedicine, as well as excellent synthetic/processing capability and advanced analytical facilities. It provides application evaluation of advanced materials for structural, functional and biomedical applications from prototype to scale-up demonstration, and supporting training and technology transfer. The Institute has an excellent portfolio of cost-effective thin/thick film processing technology for the fabrication of novel and high performance materials, including nanostructured dense, porous, multilayer, nanocomposites and compositionally graded coatings with unique properties for engineering and biomedical applications.
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