Welcome to the Cheshire Innovation web site.
If you want to see Britain reborn as a modern manufacturing
nation this web site will interest
Please choose an
innovation from the menu on
Current topics ¬
1. Flood reduction farming
Problem: Modern large field farming has reduced the water holding capacity of the land and accelerated soil erosion is silting up our rivers and land drains.
Solution: Return to the smaller, more sheltered farm fields of the early Victorian era, but use teams of robot tractors instead of labour intensive horse drawn ploughs, in order to keep food production costs down.
BAE Systems employees
2. A low cost alternative to HS2
explain how modern braking systems developed in Germany would allow more trains
to travel on our existing lines.
3. Other options to HS2
whole HS2 issue has become charged with emotion, with exaggerated claims being
made by both sides.
4. A financial invention to prevent house price bubbles
5. Latent Power TurbinesTM and climate change
We are currently building a proof of concept Latent Power Turbine with the assistance of a £98,400 government grant.
If successful, Latent
will be able generate electricity by absorbing thermal energy from air as cool
Our preliminary research findings will hopefully be available by early September 2014.
Enquiries from potential partners and investors welcome.
The photograph above shows our first test rig at Lancaster University. this produced the results that won us the £98,400 grant
The current funding will allow us to scale up this rig.
6. Soft bumpers to save pedestrian lives
A British invention could make car bumpers soft for pedestrian impacts, but stiff for collisions with other vehicles.
7. British invention plagiarised
costs Britain a ten year lead in developing SALi suspension systems.
8. If you are interested in reading about British Innovation at its worst, this is the web page for you!
In the first five sections we provide an overview of the many
applications of SALi Technology. Then, in Section Six, we explain how
it's development has been crushed to hide embarrassing research fraud at
9. Graphene -Whoops we made a mistake!
Why a failure to understand the subtle power of patents means that most of the £50 million British government and one billion Euro European funding for graphene research is likely to be wasted.
The problem is critical but we suggest a
10. Generating green power for Elon Musk's Hyperloop