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Research

Laboratory Research

Research is core to TRI’s mission as an institute.  Since our formation, back in 1930, our purpose has been to use fundamental research to support industry.  Today, TRI collaborates with many member companies on a wide range of research activities.

TRI Research Publications

For a list of recent presentations and publications by TRI team members visit the TRI Library

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Research Collaborations

Research collaborations with member companies come in two forms: (1) one-to-one collaborations, and (2) consortia projects.  One-to-one collaborations are able to focus on the needs of a single member company and are very flexible and quick to set-up.  Consortia projects deal with large scientific challenges, and, with multiple sponsors, are high-budget programmes that are able to make substantial technical breakthroughs.

TRI does not seek to own any of the intellectual property coming from research collaborations.  This remains the property of project sponsors.  Our purpose is to build new knowledge for industry, develop our own capabilities and, with the sponsors agreement, to publish the work.

For more information please contact us.

TRI Consortia Projects
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Textured Hair
In Progress 2019-2020

Discovering new ways to improve hair strength, scalp health, and new assays for claims testing for very curly hair.

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Brazil · Textured Hair
Calling for Sponsors

TRI Princeton is looking for eight sponsors for a one-year project on the Brazilian textured hair in  2021. The project will be led by Dr Samuel Gourion-Arsiquaud, Director for Skin & Bio-substrates.

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Hair Movement
Calling for Sponsors

TRI Princeton is looking for five sponsors for a one-year project on hair movement. The project will be led by Dr Trefor Evans, Institute Fellow and Director of Research.

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Skin Pollution
Calling for Sponsors

TRI Princeton is looking for eight sponsors for a one-year project on pollution damage to skin. The project will be led by Dr Samuel Gourion-Arsiquaud, Director for Skin & Bio-substrates. This first call is looking for interest and for help shaping the program.

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