John George Hardy
John George Hardy
Senior Lecturer in Materials Chemistry, Lancaster University
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TitleCited byYear
Polymeric materials based on silk proteins
JG Hardy, LM Römer, TR Scheibel
Polymer 49 (20), 4309-4327, 2008
4042008
A conserved spider silk domain acts as a molecular switch that controls fibre assembly
F Hagn, L Eisoldt, JG Hardy, C Vendrely, M Coles, T Scheibel, H Kessler
Nature 465 (7295), 239, 2010
2962010
Composite materials based on silk proteins
JG Hardy, TR Scheibel
Progress in Polymer Science 35 (9), 1093-1115, 2010
2502010
Self-assembly using dendritic building blocks—towards controllable nanomaterials
DK Smith, AR Hirst, CS Love, JG Hardy, SV Brignell, B Huang
Progress in Polymer Science 30 (3-4), 220-293, 2005
1842005
Biomimetic conducting polymer-based tissue scaffolds
JG Hardy, JY Lee, CE Schmidt
Current opinion in biotechnology 24 (5), 847-854, 2013
1722013
High‐Affinity Multivalent DNA Binding by Using Low‐Molecular‐Weight Dendrons
MA Kostiainen, JG Hardy, DK Smith
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 44 (17), 2556-2559, 2005
1192005
Silk-inspired polymers and proteins
JG Hardy, TR Scheibel
Biochemical Society Transactions 37 (4), 677-681, 2009
1082009
Bioactive gyroid scaffolds formed by sacrificial templating of nanocellulose and nanochitin hydrogels as instructive platforms for biomimetic tissue engineering
JG Torres‐Rendon, T Femmer, L De Laporte, T Tigges, K Rahimi, ...
Advanced materials 27 (19), 2989-2995, 2015
1012015
Preparation of aqueous core/polymer shell microcapsules by internal phase separation
R Atkin, P Davies, J Hardy, B Vincent
Macromolecules 37 (21), 7979-7985, 2004
1012004
Metallosupramolecular grid complexes: towards nanostructured materials with high-tech applications
JG Hardy
Chemical Society Reviews, 2013
942013
Dendrons with spermine surface groups as potential building blocks for nonviral vectors in gene therapy
JG Hardy, MA Kostiainen, DK Smith, NP Gabrielson, DW Pack
Bioconjugate chemistry 17 (1), 172-178, 2006
852006
The role of salt and shear on the storage and assembly of spider silk proteins
L Eisoldt, JG Hardy, M Heim, TR Scheibel
Journal of structural biology 170 (2), 413-419, 2010
742010
Responsive Biomaterials: Advances in Materials Based on Shape‐Memory Polymers
JG Hardy, M Palma, SJ Wind, MJ Biggs
Advanced Materials 28 (27), 5717-5724, 2016
622016
Electrical Stimuli in the Central Nervous System Microenvironment
DM Thompson, AN Koppes, JG Hardy, CE Schmidt
Annual Review of Biomedical Engineering 16 (1), 397-430, 2014
592014
Exploring molecular recognition pathways within a family of gelators with different hydrogen bonding motifs
JG Hardy, AR Hirst, I Ashworth, C Brennan, DK Smith
Tetrahedron 63 (31), 7397-7406, 2007
552007
Conductive interpenetrating networks of polypyrrole and polycaprolactone encourage electrophysiological development of cardiac cells
BS Spearman, AJ Hodge, JL Porter, JG Hardy, ZD Davis, T Xu, X Zhang, ...
Acta biomaterialia 28, 109-120, 2015
512015
Biodegradable electroactive polymers for electrochemically-triggered drug delivery
JG Hardy, DJ Mouser, N Arroyo-Currás, S Geissler, JK Chow, L Nguy, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry B 2 (39), 6809-6822, 2014
442014
Production and processing of spider silk proteins
JG Hardy, TR Scheibel
Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 47 (16), 3957-3963, 2009
382009
Hydrogel-forming microneedle arrays made from light-responsive materials for on-demand transdermal drug delivery
JG Hardy, E Larrañeta, RF Donnelly, N McGoldrick, K Migalska, ...
Molecular pharmaceutics 13 (3), 907-914, 2016
352016
Exploring molecular recognition pathways in one-and two-component gels formed by dendritic lysine-based gelators
JG Hardy, AR Hirst, DK Smith
Soft Matter 8 (12), 3399-3406, 2012
352012
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