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Our group has collaborations with many researchers across the world. Most of the names are links to the individual's web site (if available). Also see the collaborative publications page for a selection of our recent collaborative publications.

Sheffield Collaborations
Prof Giuseppe Battaglia - University of Sheffield
UK Collaborations
Dr. B. P. Binks - Dept. of Chemistry, University of Hull
Use of pH-sensitive sterically-stabilised latexes as stimuli-responsive particulate emulsifiers for oil-in-water emulsions.
Dr. F. C. Meldrum - School of Chemistry, University of Bristol
Use of anionic diblock copolymers as crystal habit modifiers for barium sulfate and calcium carbonate.
Dr. J. Titman - Dept. of Chemistry, University of Nottingham
Solid-state NMR studies of vinyl polymer-silica nanocomposite particles.
Dr. M. J. Burchell - School of Physical Sciences, University of Kent
Hypervelocity studies of conducting polymer-based micro-particles for space science applications.
Dr. R. K. Thomas - Dept. of Physical Chemistry, University of Oxford
Neutron reflectivity studies of selectively deuterated diblock copolymer surfactants adsorbed at the air-water and solid-water interfaces.
Dr. S. Stolnik-Trenkic - Dept. of Pharmaceutical Science, University of Nottingham
Evaluation of diblock copolymers as synthetic vectors for gene therapy applications.
Prof. A. W. Lloyd - School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, University of Brighton
Evaluation of biocompatible diblock copolymer micelles and gels for drug delivery applications.
Prof. J. F. Watts - Dept of Materials Science and Mechanical Engineering, University of Surrey
X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy studies of the surface compositions of vinyl polymer-silica nanocomposite particles.
Prof. J. Lu - School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Manchester
Neutron reflectivity and surface tension studies of biocompatible diblock copolymers.
Prof. S. Biggs - Particle Science and Technology, University of Leeds
Adsorption and behaviour of diblock copolymer micelles on planar and colloidal substrates.
Prof. T. Cosgrove - School of Chemistry, University of Bristol
Neutron scattering studies of adsorbed diblock copolymers.
Worldwide Collaborations
Dr. E. J. Wanless - Dept. of Chemistry, University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia
In situ AFM studies of surface-adsorbed diblock copolymer micelles.
Dr. M. M. Chehimi - ITODYS, University Paris 7, Jussieu, Paris, France
X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy studies of conducting polymer-coated latexes and shell cross-linked micelles.
Prof. A. P. Gast - Dept. of Chem. Eng., MIT, USA
SANS studies of 'schizophrenic' diblock copolymer micelles.
Prof. B. Charleux - Dept. of Macromolecular Chemistry, University Paris 6, Jussieu, Paris, France
Evaluation of well-defined macromonomers for latex syntheses.
Prof. J. Kops - Dept. of Chem. Eng., Technical University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Atom transfer radical polymerisation in aqueous media.
Prof. K. Aoki - Department of Applied Physics, Fukui University, Japan
Electrochemical studies of polyaniline-coated polystyrene latex particles.
Prof. R. Prud'homme - Dept. of Chem. Eng., Princeton U., USA
Evaluation of novel diblock copolymers as dispersants, surface coatings etc.
Prof. S. Zhu - Dept. of Chem. Eng., McMaster University, Canada
Synthesis and characterisation of quaternised homopolymers and diblock copolymers.
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