Adrian Nightingale
Adrian Nightingale
Lecturer in Microfluidics & Sensor Design, Engineering, University of Southampton
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Controlled multistep synthesis in a three-phase droplet reactor
AM Nightingale, TW Phillips, JH Bannock, JC De Mello
Nature communications 5 (1), 3777, 2014
Segmented flow reactors for nanocrystal synthesis
AM Nightingale, JC Demello
Advanced materials 25 (13), 1813-1821, 2013
A stable droplet reactor for high temperature nanocrystal synthesis
AM Nightingale, SH Krishnadasan, D Berhanu, X Niu, C Drury, R McIntyre, ...
Lab on a Chip 11 (7), 1221-1227, 2011
Microscale synthesis of quantum dots
AM Nightingale, JC de Mello
Journal of Materials Chemistry 20 (39), 8454-8463, 2010
Large-scale synthesis of nanocrystals in a multichannel droplet reactor
AM Nightingale, JH Bannock, SH Krishnadasan, FTF O'Mahony, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 1 (12), 4067-4076, 2013
Direct synthesis of dextran-coated superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles in a capillary-based droplet reactor
K Kumar, AM Nightingale, SH Krishnadasan, N Kamaly, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry 22 (11), 4704-4708, 2012
Monitoring biomolecule concentrations in tissue using a wearable droplet microfluidic-based sensor
AM Nightingale, CL Leong, RA Burnish, S Hassan, Y Zhang, GF Clough, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 2741, 2019
Continuous synthesis of device‐grade semiconducting polymers in droplet‐based microreactors
JH Bannock, SH Krishnadasan, AM Nightingale, CP Yau, K Khaw, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 23 (17), 2123-2129, 2013
Trends in microfluidic systems for in situ chemical analysis of natural waters
AM Nightingale, AD Beaton, MC Mowlem
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 221, 1398-1405, 2015
Controlled synthesis of III–V quantum dots in microfluidic reactors
AM Nightingale, JC de Mello
ChemPhysChem 10 (15), 2612-2614, 2009
Fluorescence studies of the intra-cellular distribution of zinc bis (thiosemicarbazone) complexes in human cancer cells
AR Cowley, J Davis, JR Dilworth, PS Donnelly, R Dobson, A Nightingale, ...
Chemical communications, 845-847, 2005
A Lab-on-Chip Analyzer for in Situ Measurement of Soluble Reactive Phosphate: Improved Phosphate Blue Assay and Application to Fluvial Monitoring
GS Clinton-Bailey, MM Grand, AD Beaton, AM Nightingale, DR Owsianka, ...
Environmental science & technology 51 (17), 9989-9995, 2017
A droplet microfluidic-based sensor for simultaneous in situ monitoring of nitrate and nitrite in natural waters
AM Nightingale, S Hassan, BM Warren, K Makris, GWH Evans, ...
Environmental science & technology 53 (16), 9677-9685, 2019
Continuous measurement of enzymatic kinetics in droplet flow for point-of-care monitoring
S Hassan, AM Nightingale, X Niu
Analyst 141 (11), 3266-3273, 2016
Autonomous reagent-based microfluidic pH sensor platform
IMP de Vargas Sansalvador, CD Fay, J Cleary, AM Nightingale, ...
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 225, 369-376, 2016
The top-down fabrication of a 3D-integrated, fully CMOS-compatible FET biosensor based on vertically stacked SiNWs and FinFETs
E Buitrago, M Fernandez-Bolanos, S Rigante, CF Zilch, NS Schröter, ...
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 193, 400-412, 2014
Materials and methods for droplet microfluidic device fabrication
KS Elvira, F Gielen, SSH Tsai, AM Nightingale
Lab on a Chip 22 (5), 859-875, 2022
Microscale separation of immiscible liquids using a porous capillary
JH Bannock, TW Phillips, AM Nightingale, JC deMello
Analytical methods 5 (19), 4991-4998, 2013
Tuning reaction products by constrained optimisation
BE Walker, JH Bannock, AM Nightingale, JC deMello
Reaction Chemistry & Engineering 2 (5), 785-798, 2017
Bright conjugated polymer nanoparticles containing a biodegradable shell produced at high yields and with tuneable optical properties by a scalable microfluidic device
TF Abelha, TW Phillips, JH Bannock, AM Nightingale, CA Dreiss, E Kemal, ...
Nanoscale 9 (5), 2009-2019, 2017
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