Peter Taylor did his BSc and PhD many years ago at the University of East Anglia. This was followed by a brief spell (1976-78) as a postdoctoral Researcher at Exeter. He joined the Department of Chemistry at the Open University in 1978 and has stayed at the OU ever since. He was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 1993 and to Professor of Organic Chemistry in 2005.
He has been research active throughout this time and has always had at least one student and/or Post Doc for the last 35 years. At present he has one Ph. D. student and two Post Doctoral Fellows. In recent years he has been more interested in working with industry and has had 3 KTPs and a CASE award.
Peter has been involved in the production and presentation of a large number of courses within and without the Science Faculty. However, in recent years he has spent most of his time in a more senior University role. He was the academic lead on the Academic Principles for Qualifications project. He is Deputy Chair of the Academic Quality and Governance Committee and the Module Results Approval and Qualification Classification Panel and chairs numerous committees and projects around assessment issues, for example he is the academic Director of the Assessment programme. He is Director of the Open Programme which has over 25 000 students. He is an Associate Lecturer of the project module S810.
In the recent past he has had funding from Wellcome and NESTA for outreach projects around Open University Science broadcasting. Aty present he is one of the Academic leads on the radio series "Inside Science"
Peter is a past chair of the Travel Grants Committee of the Royal Society of Chemistry and was chair of an American Chemical Society named award Committee. He has recently finished a 4 year Tempus project (900 000 euros) on developing e-learning capacity in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.
Peter is a Principal Fellow of the HEA
Synthesis and reactions of silsesquioxane cages
We continue to prepare a range of silsesquioxane cages with regular structures and examine their synthesis and interconversions.
Such compounds have been prepared with a range of functionality on each arm. For example, liquid crystalline materials have been prepared using suitably substituted linear arms. Previous work has involved cages with DNA strands attached that act as diagnostic devices, and cages with ligands that complex metal ions for imaging. We have also started examining the phase changes associated with cages with long alkyl arms using WAX, SAX (Diamond), DSC and measuring their liquid crystal properties.
These cage compounds are prepared using a high yielding route from the corresponding triethoxysilane. Careful control of the reaction conditions leads to cages with a fluoride ion trapped in the centre. Until recently we have only been able to encapsulate fluoride with cages that contain an sp2 carbon. In recent years year we have continued the synthesis of encapsulated species where the arm is connected via an sp3 carbon which is attached to an electron withdrawing group. This has led to a number of interesting compounds where both the cation and anion are contained within cages leading to molecular ionic compounds, for example, potassium fluoride where the cation and anion are encapsulated.
The types of arms we use for attaching to silsesquioxane cages are similar to those attached to silica in HPLC. We have an ongoing partnership with Hichrom a manufacturer and distributor of HPLC columns to create new phases.
We recently had a CASE award student, in collaboration with TWI, examinig silsesquioxane coatings for metals.
Mechanistic silicon chemistry
We have been interested in substitution at silicon for over twenty years. In particular we continue to make a range of pentacoordinate silicon compounds and to examine their structures and reactions. We have designed an NMR method for mapping substitution at silicon in solution based on using pentacoordinate structures as models (similar to the Dunitz approach with X-ray). Recent work has involved the preparation of a pentacordinate silicon polymer.
Synthetic Organosilicon chemistry
We have a three year KTP with Cornelius Enterprises. This focusses on developing their catalogue of organosilicon intermediates and involve developing cost effective routes to particular targets followed by scale up. As well as developing materials for contact lenses, we also aim to prepare intermediates for electrical components and healthcare products.
Biological silicon chemistry
We have discovered the first unambiguous example of enzyme catalysed Si-O bond formation and cleavage. Most of the work has focussed on monoalkoxytrialkylsilanes and so the outcome has been easy to follow by gc. We are now examining the outcome of enzyme catalysed hydrolysis/condensation of di, tri and tetra alkoxysilanes. We have also engineered phages that have silaffin proteins on then outer coat that precipitate silica.
Peter impact and engagement is mainly focussed on working with Industry. In recent years he has had three Knowledge Tranfer Partnerships as well as a CASE award. He has numerous collaborations with a range of Industries that use organosilicon chemistry and is developing a network of SMEs that use organosilicon compounds.
Most of Peter's external collaborations are with Industry and professional bodies.
Peter has been part of international projects in India, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Russia, Brazil and China.
|Biomedical Research Network (BRN)||Network||Faculty of Science|
|Centre for Earth, Planetary, Space and Astronomical Research (CEPSAR)||Centre||Faculty of Science|
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|Lead||01 Jan 2019||31 Dec 2021||EPSRC Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council|
The overall aim of this proposal is to develop engineered enzymes to explore possible biocatalytic routes for the production and manipulation of organosiloxane polymers. This area is particularly significant since organosilicon-based compounds constitute a major class of polymers (the “silicones”) with a vast variety of uses in industrial components and consumer goods. Yet, current methods of producing these compounds are energy intensive and carry a large environmental footprint, and thus new routes with greater selectivity and sustainability are desirable. In this proposal, the enzyme silicatein, which catalyses the formation and hydrolysis of Si-O bonds, will be investigated to establish their scope in the synthesis of these polymers. In addition, their use in the hydrolysis of polysiloxanes will be investigated, as a step towards the recycling of these materials. This is a cross-disciplinary proposal which brings together elements of recombinant protein engineering and biological chemistry (led by Dr. L. S. Wong, LSW), organic chemistry (Dr. P. Quayle, PQ) and silicone polymer chemistry (Prof. P. G. Taylor, PGT).
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|Lead||01 Jul 2014||15 Aug 2014||Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)|
The project will last for 6 weeks and will provide an OU student with the opportunity to carry out research work in our laboratories.
Synthesis of Organosilicon Ligands for Europium (III) and Gadolinium (III) as Potential Imaging Agents (2020)
Bruce, James; O’Connell, Patrick J.; Taylor, Peter G.; Smith, David P.T.; Adkin, Roy C. and Pearson, Victoria K.
Molecules, 25(18) (e4253)
Self-assembly of fluoride-encapsulated polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxane (POSS) nanocrystals (2019)
Heeley, Ellen; El Aziz, Youssef; Ellingford, Christopher; Jetybayeva, Albina; Wan, Chaoying; Crabb, Eleanor; Taylor, Peter G. and Bassindale, Alan
CrystEngComm, 21(4) (pp. 710-723)
Influence of the initial chemical conditions on the rational design of silica particles (2018-09-24)
Bourebrab, Marion A.; Oben, Delphine T.; Durand, Géraldine G.; Taylor, Peter G.; Bruce, James I.; Bassindale, Alan R. and Taylor, Alan
Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology, 88(2) (pp. 430-441)
Facile synthesis of novel hybrid POSS biomolecules via “Click” reactions (2017-07-28)
El Aziz, Youssef; Mehrban, Nazia; Taylor, Peter G.; Birchall, Martin A.; Bowen, James; Bassindale, Alan R.; Pitak, Mateusz B. and Coles, Simon J.
RSC Advances, 7(59) (pp. 37474-37477)
Synthesis and Structures of Novel Molecular Ionic Compounds Based on Encapsulation of Anions and Cations (2016-12-27)
El Aziz, Youssef; Taylor, Peter G.; Bassindale, Alan R.; Coles, Simon J. and Pitak, Mateusz B.
Organometallics, 35(24) (pp. 4004-4013)
N,N-bis-(dimethylfluorosilylmethyl)amides of N-organosulfonylproline and sarcosine: synthesis, structure, stereodynamic behaviour and in silico studies (2016)
Nikolin, Alexey A.; Kramarova, Eugenia P.; Shipov, Alexander G.; Baukov, Yuri I.; Negrebetsky, Vadim V.; Arkhipov, Dmitry E.; Korlyukov, Alexander A.; Lagunin, Alexey A.; Bylikin, Sergey Yu.; Bassindale, Alan R. and Taylor, Peter G.
RSC Advances, 2016(79) (pp. 75315-75327)
Crystallization and morphology development in polyethylene-octakis(n-octadecyldimethylsiloxy)octasilsesquioxane nancomposite blends. (2015-04)
Heeley, E. L.; Hughes, D. J.; Taylor, P. G. and Bassindale, A. R.
RSC Advances, 5(44) (pp. 34709-34719)
The Use of Complimentary Stationary Phases and 2-Dimensional HPLC for the Separation of the Synthesis and Degradants of Tipredane (INN) (2014-11)
Hulse, Jennifer; Euerby, Melvin R.; Taylor, Peter and Bassindale, Alan
International Labmate, 39(7) (pp. 4-6)
Morphology and crystallization kinetics of polyethylene/long alkyl-chain substituted Polyhedral Oligomeric Silsesquioxanes (POSS) nanocomposite blends: a SAXS/WAXS study (2014-02-28)
Heeley, Ellen L.; Hughes, Darren J.; El Aziz, Youssef; Taylor, Peter G. and Bassindale, Alan R.
European Polymer Journal, 51 (pp. 45-56)
Spotlight on medicinal chemistry education (2014)
Pitman, Simone; Xu, Yao; Taylor, Peter and Turner, Nicholas
Future Medicinal Chemistry, 6(8) (pp. 865-869)
Enhancing in vitro selection techniques to assist the discovery, understanding and use of inorganic binding peptides (2013-07-28)
Frascione, Nunzianda; Codina-Barrios, Antonio; Bassindale, Alan R. and Taylor, Peter G.
Dalton Transactions, 42(28) (pp. 10337-10346)
Selective derivatization and characterization of bifunctional “Janus-type”cyclotetrasiloxanes (2013-03-25)
Panisch, Robin; Bassindale, Alan R.; Korlyukov, Alexander A.; Pitak, Mateusz B.; Coles, Simon J. and Taylor, Peter G.
Organometallics, 32(6) (pp. 1732-1742)
Synthesis and hydrolysis-condensation study of water-soluble self-assembled pentacoordinate polysilylamides (2013-03-25)
Sohail, Muhammad; Bassindale, Alan R.; Taylor, Peter G.; Korlyukov, Alexander A.; Arkhipov, Dmitry E.; Male, Louise; Coles, Simon J. and Hursthouse, Michael B.
Organometallics, 32(6) (pp. 1721-1731)
Enzyme-catalyzed transetherification of alkoxysilanes (2013-03)
Abbate, Vincenzo; Brandstadt, Kurt F.; Taylor, Peter G. and Bassindale, Alan R.
Catalysts, 3(1) (pp. 27-35)
X-ray crystal structures, packing behavior and thermal stability studies of a homologous series of n-alkyl-substituted polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxanes (2013-02-12)
El Aziz, Youssef; Bassindale, Alan R.; Taylor, Peter G.; Stephenson, Richard A.; Hursthouse, Michael B.; Harrington, Ross W. and Clegg, William
Macromolecules, 46(3) (pp. 988-1001)
Properties and self-assembled packing morphology of long alkyl-chained substituted polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxanes (POSS) cages (2013-02)
Heeley, Ellen L.; Hughes, Darren J.; El Aziz, Youssef; Williamson, Ian; Taylor, Peter G. and Bassindale, Alan R.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 15 (pp. 5518-5529)
Linear long alkyl chain substituted POSS cages: the effect of alkyl chain length on the self-assembled packing morphology (2013)
Heeley, Ellen L.; Hughes, Darren J.; El Aziz, Youssef; Taylor, Peter and Bassindale, Alan R.
Macromolecules, 46(12) (pp. 4944-4954)
Facile synthesis of novel functionalized silsesquioxane nanostructures containing an encapsulated fluoride anion (2012-08)
El Aziz, Youssef; Bassindale, Alan R.; Taylor, Peter G.; Horton, Peter N.; Stephenson, Richard A. and Hursthouse, Michael B.
Organometallics, 31(17) (pp. 6032-6040)
Cationic complexes of silicon and germanium with (O,S)-chelate ligands (2012)
Kalashnikova, Natalia A.; Bylikin, Sergey Yu.; Korlyukov, Aleksander A.; Shipov, Aleksander G.; Baukov, Yuri I.; Taylor, Peter G. and Bassindale, Alan R.
Dalton transactions, 2012(41) (pp. 12681-12682)
Further studies of fluoride ion entrapment in octasilsesquioxane cages; X-ray crystal structure studies and factors that affect their formation (2012)
Taylor, Peter G.; Bassindale, Alan R.; El Aziz, Youssef; Pourny, Manuel; Hursthouse, Michael B. and Coles, Simon J.
Dalton Transactions, 41(7) (pp. 2048-2059)
Inclusion complexes between cyclic siloxanes and cyclodextrins: synthesis and characterization (2012)
Abbato, Vincenzo; Bassindale, Alan R.; Brandstadt, Kurt F. and Taylor, Peter G.
Journal of Inclusion Phenomena and Macrocyclic Chemistry, 74 (pp. 223-230)
Synthesis, structures, and stereodynamic behavior of novel pentacoordinate fluorosilanes: fluorosilyl derivatives of proline (2012)
Nikolin, Alexei A.; Kramarova, Evgeniya P.; Shipov, Aleksander G.; Baukov, Yuri I.; Negrebetsky, Vadim V.; Korlyukov, Alexander A.; Arkhipov, Dmitry E.; Bowden, Allen; Bylikin, Sergey. Yu; Bassindale, Alan R. and Taylor, Peter G.
Organometallics, 31(14) (pp. 4988-4997)
Pentacoordinated chlorosilanes with C,O-chelate ligands derived from N-methyl-N'-organosulfonyl-prolinamides (2012)
Nikolin, A. A.; Arkhipov, D. E.; Shipov, A. G.; Kramarova, E. P.; Koval'chuk, N. A.; Korlyukov, A. A.; Negrebetsky, V. V.; Baukov, Yu. I.; Bassindale, Alan; Taylor, P. G.; Bowden, A. and Bylikin, S. Yu.
Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds, 47(12) (pp. 1565-1583)
An artificial organosilicon receptor (2012)
Abbate, Vincenzo; Bassindale, Alan R.; Brandstadt, Kurt F. and Taylor, Peter G.
Polymer Chemistry, 3(8) (pp. 2018-2027)
Biomimetic catalysis at silicon centre using molecularly imprinted polymers (2011-11-01)
Abbate, Vincenzo; Bassindale, Alan R.; Brandstadt, Kurt F. and Taylor, Peter G.
Journal of Catalysis, 284(1) (pp. 68-76)
A large scale enzyme screen in the search for new methods of silicon-oxygen bond formation (2011-02)
Abbate, Vincenzo; Bassindale, Alan R.; Brandstadt, Kurt F. and Taylor, Peter G.
Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, 105(2) (pp. 268-275)
Study of binuclear silicon complexes of diketopiperazine at S(N)2 reaction profile (2011)
Muhammad, Sohail; Bassindale, Alan R.; Taylor, Peter G.; Male, Louise; Coles, Simon and Hursthouse, Michael B.
Organometallics, 30(3) (pp. 564-571)
Donor-stabilized five-coordinate cationic chelate silicon compounds with two (O→Si)-coordinating ligands (2011)
Taylor, Peter and Bassindale, Alan
Russian Journal of General Chemistry, 81(12) (pp. 2412-2427)
Enzyme mediated silicon–oxygen bond formation; the use of Rhizopus oryzae lipase, lysozyme and phytase under mild conditions (2010)
Abbate, Vincenzo; Bassindale, Alan R.; Brandstadt, Kurt F.; Lawson, Rachel and Taylor, Peter G.
Dalton Transactions, 39(39) (pp. 9361-9368)
Four independent structures of a pentacoordinate silicon species at different points on the Berry pseudorotation pathway (2010)
Bassindale, Alan R.; Sohail, M.; Taylor, Peter G.; Korlyukov, Alexander A. and Arkhipov, Dmitry E.
Chemical Communications, 46(19) (pp. 3274-3276)
A kinetic and mechanistic study of nucleophilic substitution at a pentacoordinated silicon atom (2009-05)
Bassindale, Alan R.; Parker, David J.; Taylor, Peter G. and Turtle, Robert
Zeitschrift für Anorganische und Allgemeine Chemie, 635(9-10) (pp. 1288-1294)
O,O-monochelate complexes of silicon and germanium halides: the derivatives of L-mandelic N,N-dimethylamide (2009-01-15)
Bylikin, S. Yu; Shipov, A. G.; Negrebetsky, Vlad V.; Korlyukov, A. A.; Baukov, Yu I.; Hursthouse, M. B.; Male, L.; Bassindale, A. R. and Taylor, P. G.
Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 694(2) (pp. 244-248)
Simple and mild preparation of silica-enzyme composites from silicic acid solution (2009)
Bassindale, Alan R.; Taylor, Peter G.; Abbate, Vincenzo and Brandstadt, Kurt F.
Journal of Materials Chemistry, 19(41) (pp. 7606-7609)
A simple route to novel D spherosilicones; the first crystallographic structures of D6 and D8 cages (2008)
Bassindale, Alan R.; Liu, Zhihua; Taylor, Peter G.; Horton, Peter N. and Hursthouse, Michael B.
Chemical Communications, 43 (pp. 5625-5627)
The use of silsesquioxane cages and phage display technology to probe silicone–protein interactions (2008)
Bassindale, Alan R.; Codina Barrios, Antonio; Frascione, Nunzianda and Taylor, Peter G.
New Journal of Chemistry, 32(2) (pp. 240-246)
Synthesis, structure and dynamic stereochemistry of (O→Si)-chelate N-(trifluorosilylmethyl)-[N-(S)-(1-phenylethyl)]acetamide and 1-(trifluorosilylmethyl)-2-oxoperhydroazepine: Retention of the O→Si coordination in the adduct with KF and 18-crown-6 (2008)
Negrebetsky, Vadim V.; Taylor, Peter G.; Kramarova, Evgeniya P.; Shipov, Aleksander G.; Pogozhikh, Sergey A.; Ovchinnikov, Yuri E.; Korlyukov, Alexander A.; Bowden, Allen; Bassindale, Alan R. and Baukov, Yuri I.
Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 693(7) (pp. 1309-1320)
An improved phage display methodology for inorganic nanoparticle fabrication (2007)
Bassindale, Alan R; Codina Barrios, Antonio; Frascione, Nunzianda and Taylor, Peter G.
Chemical Communications(28) (pp. 2956-2958)
Structures and stereochemical non-rigidity of Si-substituted N-(dimethylsilylmethyl)- and N-(methylphenylsilylmethyl)amides and -lactams (2006-09-15)
Negrebetsky, Vadim V.; Taylor, Peter G.; Kramarova, Eugeniya P.; Bylikin, Sergey Yu.; Belavin, Ivan Yu.; Shipov, Alexander G.; Bassindale, Alan R. and Baukov, Yuri I.
Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 691(19) (pp. 3976-3988)
Silicon-nitrogen bond cleavage in N-(dimethylimidosilylmethyl)imides and dimethyl(lactamomethyl)aminosilanes with BF3 etherate as an alternative route to N-(dimethylfluorosilylmethyl)imides and related compounds (2006-03)
Shipov, A.G.; Kramarova, E.P.; Murasheva, T.P.; Artamkina, O.B.; Negrebetskii, V.V.; Baukov, Yu I.; Pogozhikh, S.A.; Ovchinnikov, Yu E.; Voronkov, M.G.; Bassindale, Alan and Taylor, Peter
Russian Chemical Bulletin, 55(3) (pp. 579-582)
A higher yielding route to octasilsesquioxane cages using tetrabutylammonium fluoride, Part 2: Further synthetic advances, mechanistic investigations and X-ray crystal structure studies into the factors that determine cage geometry in the solid state (2004-10-15)
Bassindale, Alan R.; Chen, Huiping; Liu, Zhihua; MacKinnon, Iain A.; Parker, David J.; Taylor, Peter G.; Yang, Yuxing; Light, Mark E.; Horton, Peter N. and Hursthouse, Michael B.
Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 689(21) (pp. 3287-3300)
Fluoride Ion Entrapment in Octasilsesquioxane Cages as Models for ion entrapment in Zeolites. Further examples, X-ray Crystal Structure studies, and investigations into how and why they may be formed (2004-09)
Bassindale, Alan R.; Parker, David J.; Pourny, Manuel; Taylor, Peter G.; Horton, Peter N. and Hursthouse, Michael B.
Organometallics, 23(19) (pp. 4400-4405)
Synthesis of silsesquioxane cages from phenyl-cis-tetrol, 1,3-divinyltetraethoxydisiloxane and cyclopentyl resins (2004-07)
Liu, Zhi-hua; Bassindale, Alan R. and Taylor, Peter G.
Chemical Reseach in Chinese Universities, 20(4) (pp. 433-436)
The reactions of dialkyl and diarylethoxysilanes with T6 silsesquioxane cages X-ray crystallographic studies of the mono-T6D1 and bis-T6D2 insertion ring expansion products (2003-12-01)
Bassindale, Alan R.; Liu, Zhihua; Parker, David J.; Taylor, Peter; Horton, Peter N.; Hursthouse, Michael B. and Light, Mark E.
Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 687(1) (pp. 1-11)
Structural elucidations of T[sub 8] and Q[sub 8] silsesquioxane cages containing two types of pendant group using [sup 29] Si NMR spectroscopy (2003-11)
Bassindale, Alan Richard; Parker, ; Taylor, Peter Geoffrey and Watt, Alison Claire
Canadian Journal of Chemistry/Revue Canadienne de Chimie, 81(11) (pp. 1341-1349)
Fluoride-ion encapsulated within a silsesquioxane cage (2003-08-04)
Bassindale, Alan R.; Pourny, Manuel; Taylor, Peter G.; Hursthouse, Michael B. and Light, Mark E.
Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 42(30) (pp. 3488-3490)
Enzyme-catalysed siloxane bond formation (2003-08-01)
Bassindale, Alan R.; Brandstadt, Kurt F.; Lane, Thomas H. and Taylor, Peter G.
Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, 96(2-3) (pp. 401-406)
Stereochemical rearrangements of dibromides of hexacoordinated germanium containing amidomethyl and lactamomethyl chelate ligands (2003-07-15)
Negrebetsky, Vadim V.; Bylikin, Sergey Y.; Shipov, Alexander G.; Baukov, Yuri I.; Bassindale, Alan R. and Taylor, Peter
Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 678(1-2) (pp. 39-47)
A higher yielding route for T8 silsesquioxane cages and X-ray crystal structures of some novel spherosilicates (2003-07)
Bassindale, Alan R.; Liu, Zhihua; MacKinnon, Iain A.; Taylor, Peter G.; Yang, Yuxing; Light, Mark E.; Horton, Peter N. and Hursthouse, Michael B.
Dalton Transactions, 14 (pp. 2945-2949)
The Preparation of hexasilsesquioxane (T6) cages by "non aqueous" hydrolysis of trichlorosilanes (2003-05)
Bassindale, Alan R.; MacKinnon, Iain A.; Maesano, Maria G. and Taylor, Peter G.
Chemical Communications, 12 (pp. 1382-1383)
Modelling nucleophilic substitution at silicon using solution 19F NMR chemical shift, 1JSi‑F and 2JC‑F coupling constant data of pentacoordinate silicon compounds. Correlation with other magnetic nuclei and X-ray structures, (2003-03-03)
Bassindale, Alan R.; Baukov, Yuri I.; Borbaruah, Moheswar; Glynn, Simon J; Negrebetsky, Vadim V.; Parker, David J.; Taylor, Peter G. and Turtle, Robert
Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 669(1-2) (pp. 154-163)
Modelling SN2 nucleophilic substitution at silicon by structural correlation with X-ray crystallography and NMR spectroscopy (2003-02-03)
Bassindale, Alan R.; Parker, David J.; Taylor, Peter G.; Auner, Norbert and Herrschaft, Bernhard
Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 667(1-2) (pp. 66-72)
Proton catalysis of nucleophilic substitution at pentacoordinate silicon (2002-08-01)
Bassindale, Alan R.; Baukov, Yuri I.; Taylor, Peter and Negrebetsky, Vadim V.
Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 655(1-2) (pp. 1-6)
Reactions of silamorpholinones and acylsilamorpholines with electrophilic reagents. X-ray structure of products including a pentacoordinated silicon compound (2001-02-15)
Shipov, Aleksandr G.; Kramarova, Evgeniya P.; Mamaeva, Elizaveta A.; Oksana, A. Zamyshlyaeva; Negrebetskii, Vadim V.; Ovchinnikov, Yuri E.; Pogozhikh, Sergey A.; Bassindale, Alan R.; Taylor, Peter G. and Baukov, Yuri I.
Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 620(1-2) (pp. 139-149)
Open by Degrees: A Case of Flexibility or Personalization? (2018-04)
Cooke, Helen; Lane, Andrew and Taylor, Peter
In: Stevenson, Carolyn ed. Enhancing Education Through Open Degree Programs and Prior Learning Assessment (pp. 128-148)
ISBN : 9781522552550 | Publisher : IGI Global
Biocatalysis of siloxane bonds (2005-03)
Bassindale, Alan; Brandstadt, K.F.; Lane, T.H. and Taylor, Peter
In: Cheng, H.N. and Gross, Richard A. eds. Polymer Biocatalysis and Biomaterials. ACS Symposium Series (900) (pp. 164-181)
ISBN : 841239177 | Publisher : Oxford University Press
Design and synthesis of a new class of biomaterials towards control of cell behaviour and tissue integration
Mehrban, N.; Birchall, M.A.; Bowen, James; El Aziz, Youssef; Woolfson, D.N. and Taylor, Peter
In : Joint Meeting of the Royal-Society-of-Medicine / Annual Meeting of the Society-of-Academic-and-Research-Surgery (08 Jan 2019, Royal Soc Med, London, ENGLAND) (pp. 18-18)
ISOTOPE: Informing Science Outreach and Public Engagement. Final Report of the NESTA-funded ISOTOPE Project (2009-12)
Holliman, Richard; Collins, Trevor; Jensen, Eric and Taylor, Peter
The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK.