Adam Squires


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Research interests

Research in the Squires Group spans a number of topics in self-assembly, soft matter, biophysics and nano-materials.

We primarily focus on biomaterials and biomolecular assemblies, including lamellar and non-lamellar lipid bilayer structures, amyloid protein and peptide fibrils, and elastic protein networks.

We are interested in developing methods to control, align and investigate these systems; and in using them to produce new materials, for example, high surface area nanostructured metals.

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Lipids Engineering & Materials Science
X ray scattering Chemical Compounds
lipids Physics & Astronomy
Diamond Chemical Compounds
Nanostructured materials Chemical Compounds
Diamonds Engineering & Materials Science
Platinum Chemical Compounds
Self assembly Chemical Compounds

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Projects 2018 2019

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Squires, A.


Project: Research council

Research Output 1998 2017

3 Citations

A novel route to nanostructured bismuth telluride films by electrodeposition

Burton, M. R., Richardson, S. J., Staniec, P. A., Terrill, N. J., Elliott, J. M., Squires, A. M., White, N. M. & Nandhakumar, I. S., 1 Mar 2017, In : Electrochemistry Communications. 76, p. 71-74

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

X ray scattering
4 Citations

Complex three-dimensional self-assembly in proxies for atmospheric aerosols

Pfrang, C., Rastogi, K., Cabrera-martinez, E. R., Seddon, A. M., Dicko, C., Labrador, A., Plivelic, T. S., Cowieson, N. & Squires, A. M., 1 Dec 2017, In : Nature Communications. 8, 1, 8 p., 1724 .

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Atmospheric aerosols
Self assembly
self assembly

Effects of "sponge-forming" agents on the sponge to cubic transition

Seddon, A., Brasnett, C., Squires, A. & Plivelic, T., Mar 2017, In : Bulletin of the American Physical Society. 62, 4

Research output: Contribution to journalMeeting abstract

2 Citations
Open Access
Phase transitions
Ionic strength
2 Citations

Watching mesoporous metal films grow during templated electrodeposition with: In situ SAXS

Richardson, S. J., Burton, M. R., Luo, X., Staniec, P. A., Nandhakumar, I. S., Terrill, N. J., Elliott, J. M. & Squires, A. M., 7 Aug 2017, In : Nanoscale. 9, 29, p. 10227-10232 6 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
X ray scattering