UK Research & Development Projects


  • The projects identified below have all been supported by the UK Government’s Department of Business, Innovation and Skills, and its forerunners, or the Innovative Action Fund;
  • These research and development project applications cover a wide range of subject matter;
  • The work generally encompasses the written project applications, project financials and in some cases project management;
  • I have a 100% success rate with project applications;
  • To date over £1,000.000 GBP has been raised for my clients.

Project Descriptions

  • Development of Novel Monitoring Devices for potentially hazardous airborne chemicals in the workplace;
  • Development of a 3-Dimensional Flexible Drive Interface, incorporating a shock-absorbing Cleaning Tool Assembly, for attachment to both slow-speed & high-speed Floor Cleaning Machines;
  • Research Feasibility Study to develop an Abrasive Cleaning Disc to clean and maintain Hard Floors;
  • Application for business support for the purchase of a Zaharansky Automatic Drilling and Tufting Machine for the manufacture of brushes for Commercial and Industrial Floor Cleaning Machines;
  • Development of a prototype machine to manufacture municipal side brushes automatically;
  • Feasibility Study of Novel Candidate Molecules for developing Second Generation Citrox Products, and also opening-up the possibility of New Business Sectors;
  • Development of a Concrete Pre-Corrosion Diagnostic System – CONCORDIA;
  • Initial proof of concept for a second generation Space Vehicle Launch System;
  • Development of a portable, computer controlled, electro-chemical analysis workstation;
  • Prototype development of the MixiCap dispensing closure system for soft drinks and a multi-product cap-fill and sealing system;
  • Improvements to the Data Storage Density of Compact Discs, Digital Versatile Discs and their Derivatives;
  • Proof of concept for a cost-effective 500 Watt Vertical Axis Wind Turbine suitable for use in Urban and Extreme Environments;
  • Development of a low cost, computer controlled, Electro-chemical Analytical Workstation with associated Software for use as a Teaching Tool in Universities – IPT2;
  • Development of a Prototype System to replace the Dropping Mercury electro-chemical technique.