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Hub researchers have published over 90 journal publications across various fibre fields. The full list is below.
|2019||Optimizing a high-entropy system: Software-assisted development of highly hydrophobic surfaces using an amphiphilic polymer||S. Subianto, C. Li, D. Rubin de Celis Leal, S. Ranu, S Gupta, R. He, S. Venkatesh, A. Sutti||ACS Omega||View|
|2019||Sizing effects on the interfacial shear strength of a carbon fibre reinforced two-component thermoplastic polymer||A. Hendlmeier, L.I. Marinovic, S. Al-Assafi, F. Stojcevski, L.C. Henderson||Composites Part A||View|
|2019||A conceptual framework for the development of iridium(III) complex-based electrogenerated chemiluminescence labels||L. Chen, D.J. Hayne, E.H. Doeven, J. Agugiaro, D.J. Wilson, L.C. Henderson, T.U. Connell, Y.H. Nai, R. Alexander, S. Carrara, C.F. Hogan, P.S. Donnelly, P.S. Francis||Chemical Science||View|
|2019||A review on the challenges of 3D printing of organic powders||D.J. Whyte, R. Rajkhowa, B. Allardyce, A.Z. Kouzani||Bioprinting||View|
|2019||Improved out-of-plane strength and weight reduction using hybrid interface composites||F. Stojcevski, D.J. Eyckens, J.D. Randall, L.I. Marinovic, G. Meric, L.C. Henderson||Composites Science and Technology||View|
|2019||Silk particles, microfibres and nanofibres: A comparative study of their functions in 3D printing hydrogel scaffolds||J. Zhang, B.J. Allardyce, R. Rajkhowa, S. Kalita, R.J. Dilley, X. Wang, X. Liu||Materials Science and Engineering: C||View|
|2019||Multifunctional glycerol-water hydrogel for biomimetic human skin with resistance memory function||Y. Xia, Y. Wu, T. Yu, S. Xue, M. Guo, J-L. Li, Z. Li||ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces||View|
|2019||A review of solvate ionic liquids: Physical parameters and synthetic applications||D.J. Eyckens, L.C. Henderson||Frontiers in Chemistry||View|
|2019||Simultaneously increasing the hydrophobicity and interfacial adhesion of carbon fibres: a simple pathway to install passive functionality into composites||C.L. Arnold, D.J. Eyckens, L. Servinis, M.D. Nave, H. Yin, R.K.W. Marceau, J. Pinson, B. Damir, T.R. Walsh, L.C. Henderson||Journal of Materials Chemistry A||View|
|2019||Highly conductive Ti3C2Tx MXene hybrid fibers for flexible and elastic fiber-shaped supercapacitors||J. Zhang, S. Seyedin, S. Qin, Z. Wang, S. Moradi, F. Yang, P.A. Lynch, W. Yang, J. Liu, X. Wang, J.M. Razal||Small||View|