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Hub researchers have published over 160 journal publications across various fibre fields. The full list is below.
|2017||Influence of graphene nanoplatelet incorporation and dispersion state on thermal, mechanical and electrical properties of biodegradable matrices||S. Kashi, R.K. Gupta, N. Kao, S.A. Hadigheh, S.N. Bhattacharya||Journal of Materials Science and Technology||View|
|2017||Glycerol-plasticised silk membranes made using formic acid are ductile, transparent and degradation-resistant||B.J. Allardyce, R. Rajkhowa, R.J. Dilley, S.L. Redmond, M.D. Atlas, X. Wang||Materials Science and Engineering C||View|
|2017||MXene: A potential candidate for yarn supercapacitors||J. Zhang, S. Seyedin, Z. Gu, W. Yang, X, Wang, J.M. Razal||Nanoscale||View|
|2017||pH-Induced interfacial properties of Chaplin E from Streptomyces coelicolor||M. Dokouhaki, A. Hung, E.L. Prime, G.G. Qiao, L. Day, S.L. Gras||Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces||View|
|2017||Structure-dependent interfacial properties of Chaplin F from Streptomyces coelicolor||M. Dokouhaki, E.L. Prime, A. Hung, G.G. Qiao, L. Day, S.L. Gras||Biomolecules||View|
|2017||Increasing the resistivity and IFSS of unsized carbon fibre by covalent surface modification||K.M. Beggs, J.D. Randall, L. Servinis, A. Krajewski, R. Denning, L.C. Henderson||Reactive and Functional Polymers||View|
|2017||Tailoring the fibre-to-matrix interface using click chemistry on carbon fibre surfaces||L. Servinis, K.M. Beggs, T.R. Gengenbach, E.H.Doeven, P.S. Francis, B.L. Fox, J.M. Pringle, C. Polo-Conzalo, T.R. Walsh, L.C. Henderson||Journal of Materials Chemistry A||View|
|2017||Optimizing the free radical content of graphene oxide by controlling its reduction||Z.K. Nia, J-Y. Chen, B. Tang, B. Yuan, X. Wang, J-L. Li||Carbon||View|
|2017||Hydrophilic PAN based carbon nanofibres with improved graphitic structure and enhanced mechanical performance using ethylenediamine functionalized graphene||Z. Li, O. Zabihi, J. Wang, Q. Li, J. Wang, W. Lei, M. Naebe||RSC Advances||View|
|2017||Electrochemical surface modification of carbon fibres by grafting of amine, carboxylic and lipophilic amide groups||L. Servinis, K. Beggs, C. Scheffler, E. Wölfel, J. Randall, T. Gengenbach, B. Demir, T. Walsh, E. Doeven, P. Francis, L. Henderson||Carbon||View|