AnywhereHPLC took away first place at Climate-KIC UK's Big Idea Bootcamp, winning
€20 000 and entry into Stage 1 of the UK Accelerator programme.
Chemistry Research Associates Drs Duncan Casey & Ali Salehi-Reyhani from the Institute of Chemical Biology presented AnywhereHPLC’s handheld, disposable device which connects to a smart phone, allowing researchers to analyse mixtures, such as groundwater or blood, anywhere for instant results, removing the need to transport samples back to laboratories and helping prevent the environmental effects of over-fertilisation amongst other related benefits.
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anywhereHPLC is a novel analytical platform being developed by researchers at Imperial College in London that allows precise and reproducible measurement of complex samples in the field or the home.
User-friendly, one-click analysis means users with only very basic training can obtain high-precision results while all but eliminating the risks of operator error
Genuine, go-anywhere portability and low power consumption offer tremendous flexibility
USB connectivity to laptop or smart-phone means data can be collected and sent anywhere
anywhereHPLC uses a combination of patented and robust, proven technologies to reproduce the performance of a bench-top HPLC with a foot- print smaller than a paperback book
Fully customisable, patented design can be tailored to specific demands of any application or environment. Consumable platform design eliminates maintenance costs and down- time and minimises contamination risks. Low initial investment relative to traditional HPLC. Small footprint means the anywhereHPLC is ideal for incorporation in- to larger devices.
Duncan is an Industrial Training Fellow in the Bristol Centre for Functional Nanomaterials, and has a background in analytical chemistry, functionalised surfaces and biophysics.Chromatography, Sensor Technology
Ali is a research fellow in the Department of Chemistry at Imperial College London. He develops cutting edge optical and microfluidic technologies for biological and clinical applications. Ali is a director of anywhereHPLC.Microfluidics, Optics, Single Cell Analysis
Nick is a Lecturer in the Department of Chemistry, Imperial College London. He has a background in instrumentation development and the effect of pressure on biological molecules.High Pressure Technology, Membrane Biophysics
David has both a scientific background & commercial experience, and has been working with the team to determine the suitability of potential applications for the anywhereHPLC technology.Market Research,
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Proin gravida nibh vel velit auctor aliquet. Aenean sollicitudin, lorem quis bibendum auctor, nisi elit consequat ipsum, nec sagittis sem nibh id elit.Photography
Droplets - CC BY 2.0 - JD Hancock via Flickr
Water - CC BY-ND 2.0 - Steve Corey via Flickr
HPLC fractions - CC BY-SA 2.0 - David J Morgan via Flickr
Fiber optics - CC BY 2.0 - Brett Jordan via Flickr
Fish - CC BY 2.0 - Nick Brooks via Flickr
Tokyo - CC BY 2.0 - Nick Brooks via Flickr
World connections - CC BY-SA 2.0 - Michael Coghlan via FlickrThanks for sharing great images!
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UK Big Idea winners anywhereHPLC - portable HPLC improves farmers ability to adapt to climate change!Climate KIC
Congratulations to anywhereHPLC for getting first place in @ClimateKIC 's #bigclimateidea!Imperial Technology Transfer
anywhereHPLC is based at Imperial College London's South Kensington Campus. Please contact us if you would like more information on our project.