Redpill Group are strategy consultants and innovators in urban technologies and commercial development. We work internationally with cities, companies and universities to deliver sustainable solutions to complex challenges. We innovate, incubate, build and support new companies; developing new technologies and working with partners to take them to global markets.
Imperial College London
Reader in DE, Hub director
Co-design and innovation, linking the creative use of technology with human centered design.
Lecturer, ‘ubiquitous sustainability’, aiming to identify how to develop and realise sustainable systems of consumption and production
Head, Dyson School of Design Engineering, research expertise in measurement instrumentation, robotics, mechanical and product design, and entrepreneurship
Designing with people and facilitating change.
Energy efficient design, sustainable products
Early stage business risk reduction
VR, sensing, and acoustic experience
Design and analysis of consumer goods
Lecturer in Business and Environment, Centre for Environmental Policy, co-investigator for EPSRC National Centre for Innovative Manufacturing
Senior lecturer in structural engineering with expertise in sustainable alternatives to timber
Senior lecturer, aerial robotics
Senior lecturer, biomechatronics
Design technologist; creativity, visioning, philosophy, technology and speculation.
Interests and projects include: generative and computational design, acoustic modelling, material programming techniques, artificial animal products, cradle to cradle design and cause selection in humanitarian interventions.
Designer and researcher. Interests include artificial and natural intelligence, culture, AI ethics, and the future of human and non-human society.
MEng in General Engineering. Interests combine emerging arts and technologies, social norms, myths and the fringes of reality. Probing futures with criticality, I aim at revealing how technology and design shift our perspectives.
University of Sussex
ESRC Research Fellow for Sustainable Supply Chain Management; Chair of the British Academy of Management's Sustainable & Responsible Business group, British Council Newton Fund, Brazil 2017 on social indicators and sustainability, expert in performance measurement and decision analysis for sustainable development.
Professor for Supply Chain Management
Professor of International Business, on the integration of indicators for sustainable development with those of global sourcing supplier capacity building. In addition, colleagues from Data Intensive Science Unit of the University of Sussex
Support integration of data architectures and analysis of large datasets, including pattern recognition of rainforest features via the Sussex High Performance Computer (HPC) cluster.
Institute of Development Studies, expert on sustainable development in forest communities.
Professor of Sustainable Engineering, leading a wide range of research on sustainability issues and resource efficiency as the Founder and Director of the Centre for “Sustainable Manufacturing and Recycling Technologies (SMART)” and Deputy Director of a UK National Centre for ‘Innovative Food Manufacturing’ in which he is leading a wide range of research ranging from ‘resource efficient localised production of food products’ and ‘valorisation of food waste for human nutrition’ to ‘embedding resilience within global food supply chain’. His skills and expertises will be targeted at identifying now sources of natural food and where possible maximizing the value creation from existing food resource within rainforest.