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Martin John Hadley

  • PhD Researcher, MPhys BSc (Hons)
  • PhD
  • University of Birmingham
  • 7PublicationsNumber of items in Martin John's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 7Followers

Research interests

game theorynon-linear systemsself-assemblynon-classical crystallizationBiomineralization

About

Physics graduate from the University of Leeds, currently studying as a Doctoral Researcher in the Chemical Engineering Department at the University of Birmingham. Specialising in Biophysics, Solid-State Physics, Nanoparticles and Formulation, Biomineralisation, also interested in Emergent Behaviour/Chaos.  My doctoral thesis is titled, Biological Control of Mineralisation and especially considers biologically controlled/functionalised magnetic nanoparticles and non-classical nucleation theory as an exploratory method for elucidating biomineralisation mechanisms. I have extended experience communicating my research to industrial partners and non-specialists, further consultancy-based work may be negotiated via the University of Birmingham's TalentPool service.

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Publications (5)

  • Promoting Interactive Visualisation at University of Oxford: The Live Data Network

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  • Nanoscale crystallinity modulates cell proliferation on plasma sprayed surfaces

    • Smith A
    • Paxton J
    • Hung Y
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  • Thiol modification of silicon-substituted hydroxyapatite nanocrystals facilitates fluorescent labelling and visualisation of cellular internalisation

    • Williams R
    • Hadley M
    • Jiang P
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  • Surface Functionalisation of Silicon-substituted Apatite Xerogels

    • Martin John Hadley P
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  • Acicular nanoparticles formed through coprecipitation of iron salts in the presence of bovine serum albumin

    • Hadley M
    • Wright A
    • Rowson N
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Professional experience

PhD

The University of Birmingham

October 2010 - Present

Education

PhD

University of Birmingham

October 2010 - Present

MPhys

The University of Leeds

September 2006 - June 2010(4 years)