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Research Groups

Find out more about our biomechanical research through the various research groups, labs and projects linked below.
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Biomaterials Processing Laboratory

The group (about a dozen in total) and laboratory specialises in creating smart coatings, smart fibres, bubbles, vesicles, droplets, particles and capsules using a variety of new devices/processes invented in our laboratory.

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Cardiovascular Engineering Laboratory

The UCL Cardiovascular Engineering Laboratory is devoted to the development and clinical implementation of improved therapeutic solutions for cardiovascular diseases.

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Centre for Nerve Engineering

The UCL Centre for Nerve Engineering aims to bring physical and life scientists together to engineer solutions to clinical nerve repair problems.

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Fluids for Manufacturing, Energy and Health

They study a range of challenging fluid flow problems such as bluff body flows, fluid-structure interaction, haemodynamics, microfluidics and non-Newtonian flows to name a few.

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Hierarchical Phase-Contrast Tomography (HiP-CT)

This project will achieve transformations in X-ray tomography technology by enabling cellular level imaging anywhere in whole organisms including human bodies, providing insight at multiple anatomical levels.

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The Moazen Lab

This group focuses on the biomechanics of bones and joints, especially craniofacial systems and lower limb, aiming to understand the underlying mechanics of growth, repair and adaptation.

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Multiscale Cardiovascular Engineering (MUSE)

They are a group working at the interface of cardiovascular science, mathematics and bioengineering. They apply multi-physics and multi-scale computational techniques to produce patient-specific simulations and to understand cardiovascular health and disease.

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Ultrasonics Group at UCL

The Ultrasonics Group at UCL carries out research in areas spanning the bio-medical and industrial applications of ultrasound science.