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Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Amphiphilic marine coating systems of self-stratified PDMS-PEG surfaces with an epoxy-polyurethane matrix2022
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Enabling tunable water-responsive surface adaptation of PDMS via metal-ligand coordinated dynamic networks2022
Dr John Finlay
Jessica Clarke
Professor Tony Clare
Investigation of N-substituted morpholine structures in an amphiphilic PDMS-based antifouling and fouling-release coating2022
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Low Fouling Polysulfobetaines with Variable Hydrophobic Content2022
Dr John Finlay
Dr Nick Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Studying the effect of pre-polymer composition and incorporation of surface modifying amphiphilic additives on the fouling-release performance of amphiphilic siloxane-polyurethane coatings2022
Dr Nick Aldred
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Amphiphilic nitroxide-bearing siloxane-based copolymer coatings for enhanced marine fouling release2021
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Anti-biofouling properties of poly(dimethyl siloxane) with RAFT photopolymerized acrylate/methacrylate surface grafts against model marine organisms2021
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Critical Amphiphilic Concentration: Effect of the Extent of Amphiphilicity on Marine Fouling-Release Performance2021
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Surface modifying amphiphilic additives and their effect on fouling-release performance in siloxane-polyurethane coatings2021
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Amphiphilic zwitterionic-PDMS-based surface-modifying additives to tune fouling-release of siloxane-polyurethane marine coatings2020
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Degradable hyaluronic acid/chitosan polyelectrolyte multilayers with marine fouling-release properties2020
Jessica Clarke
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Effect of dipole orientation in mixed, charge-equilibrated self-assembled monolayers on protein adsorption and marine biofouling2020
Dr John Finlay
Dr Sofia Franco
Professor Tony Clare
Engineered chemical nanotopographies: reversible addition-fragmentation chain-transfer mediated grafting of anisotropic poly(acrylamide) patterns on poly(dimethylsiloxane) to modulate marine biofouling2020
Dr Serkan Turkmen
Professor Mehmet Atlar
Irma Yeginbayeva
Dr Simon Benson
Dr John Finlay
et al.
Frictional drag measurements of large-scale plates in an enhanced, plane channel, flowcell2020
Jessica Clarke
Dr Nick Aldred
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Sol-gel-based hybrid materials as antifouling and fouling-release coatings for marine applications2020
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
α-Aminoisobutyric acid stabilized peptide SAMs with low nonspecific protein absorption and resistance against marine biofouling2020
Dr John Finlay
Jessica Clarke
Professor Tony Clare
Antifouling Properties of Dendritic Polyglycerols against Marine Macrofouling Organisms2019
Dr John Finlay
Jessica Clarke
Professor Tony Clare
Layer-by-layer constructed hyaluronic acid/chitosan multilayers as antifouling and fouling-release coatings2019
Jessica Clarke
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Low-Fouling Thin Hydrogel Coatings Made of Photo-Cross-Linked Polyzwitterions2019
Jessica Clarke
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
The role of hydrogen bonding in peptoid-based marine antifouling coatings2019
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Amphiphilic Alginates for Marine Antifouling Applications2018
Dr John Finlay
Charlotte Anderson
Professor Tony Clare
Fouling-Release Properties of Dendritic Polyglycerols against Marine Diatoms2018
Dr John Finlay
Antialgal activity of poly(2-(dimethylamino)ethyl methacrylate) (PDMAEMA) brushes against the marine alga Ulva2017
Dr John Finlay
Dr Sofia Franco
Professor Tony Clare
Marine anti-biofouling efficacy of amphiphilic poly(coacrylate) grafted PDMSe: effect of graft molecular weight2017
Dr John Finlay
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Multivariate analysis of attachment of biofouling organisms in response to material surface characteristics2017
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Oligopeptide-modified hydrophobic and hydrophilic polymers as antifouling coatings2017
Dr John Finlay
Dr Sofia Franco
Professor Tony Clare
Poly(ethylene) glycol-modified, amphiphilic, siloxane–polyurethane coatings and their performance as fouling-release surfaces2017
Dr John Finlay
Dr Sofia Franco
Professor Tony Clare
Role of backbone chemistry and monomer sequence in amphiphilic oligopeptide- and oligopeptoid-functionalized PDMS- and PEO-based block copolymers for marine antifouling and fouling release coatings2017
Dr John Finlay
Amphiphilic modified-styrene copolymer films: Antifouling/fouling release properties against the green alga Ulva linza2016
Dr John Finlay
Dr Sofia Franco
Professor Tony Clare
Attachment of algal cells to zwitterionic self-assembled monolayers comprised of different anionic compounds2016
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Effects of surface-active block copolymers with oxyethylene and fluoroalkyl side chains on the antifouling performance of silicone-based films2016
Dr John Finlay
Dr Sofia Franco
Professor Tony Clare
Fouling-Release Performance of Silicone Oil-Modified Siloxane-Polyurethane Coatings2016
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Dr John Finlay
Resistance of amphiphilic polysaccharides against marine fouling organisms2016
Dr John Finlay
Dr Sofia Franco
Professor Tony Clare
The performance of hybrid titania/silica-derived xerogels as active antifouling/fouling-release surfaces against the marine alga Ulva linza: in situ generation of hypohalous acids2016
Dr John Finlay
Amphiphilic Oligopeptides Grafted to PDMS-Based Diblock Copolymers for the Use of Antifouling and Fouling-Release Coatings2015
Dr John Finlay
Amphiphilic pentablock copolymers and their blends with PDMS for antibiofouling coatings2015
Dr John Finlay
Antifouling properties of oligo(lactose)-based self-assembled monolayers2015
Dr John Finlay
Holographic microscopy provides new insights into the settlement of zoospores of the green alga Ulva linza on cationic oligopeptide surfaces2015
Dr John Finlay
Amphiphilic triblock copolymers with PEGylated hydrocarbon structures as environmentally friendly marine antifouling and fouling-release coatings2014
Dr John Finlay
Conditioning of self assembled monolayers at two static immersion test sites along the east coast of Florida and its effect on early fouling development.2014
Dr John Finlay
Influence of zwitterionic SAMs on protein adsorption and the attachment of algal cells.2014
Dr John Finlay
Sequence of Hydrophobic and Hydrophilic Residues in Amphiphilic Polymer Coatings Affects Surface Structure and Marine Antifouling/Fouling Release Properties2014