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Journal Articles

Monaghan, T, Harding, MJ, Christie, SDR, Harris, RA, Friel, RJ (2022) Complementary catalysis and analysis within solid state additively manufactured metal micro flow reactors, Scientific Reports, 12(1), DOI: 10.1038/s41598-022-09044-9.

Havins, L, Capel, A, Christie, S, Lewis, M, Roach, P (2022) Gradient biomimetic platforms for neurogenesis studies, Journal of Neural Engineering, 19(1), 011001, ISSN: 1741-2560. DOI: 10.1088/1741-2552/ac4639.

Tai, X, Ocone, R, Christie, S, Xuan, J (2021) Multi-objective optimisation with hybrid machine learning strategy for complex catalytic processes, Energy and AI, 7, 100134, DOI: 10.1016/j.egyai.2021.100134.

Capel, A, Smith, MAA, Taccola, S, Pardo-Figuerez, M, Rimington, R, Lewis, M, Christie, S, Kay, RW, Harris, RA (2021) Digitally driven aerosol jet printing to enable customisable neuronal guidance, Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology, 9, 722294, ISSN: 2296-634X. DOI: 10.3389/fcell.2021.722294.

Taylor, CJ, Baker, A, Chapman, MR, Reynolds, WR, Jolley, KE, Clemens, G, Smith, GE, Blacker, AJ, Chamberlain, TW, Christie, S, Taylor, BA, Bourne, RA (2021) Flow chemistry for process optimisation using design of experiments, Journal of Flow Chemistry, 11, pp.75-86, ISSN: 2062-249X. DOI: 10.1007/s41981-020-00135-0.

Datsiou, KC, Spirrett, F, Ashcroft, I, Magallanes, M, Christie, S, Goodridge, R (2021) Laser powder bed fusion of soda lime silica glass: optimisation of processing parameters and evaluation of part properties, Additive Manufacturing, 39, 101880, ISSN: 2214-8604. DOI: 10.1016/j.addma.2021.101880.

Tai, X, Zhang, H, Niu, Z, Christie, S, Xuan, J (2020) The future of sustainable chemistry and process: convergence of artificial intelligence, data and hardware, Energy and AI, 2, 100036, ISSN: 2666-5468. DOI: 10.1016/j.egyai.2020.100036.

Price, A, Capel, A, Lee, R, Pradel, P, Christie, S (2020) An open source toolkit for 3D printed fluidics, Journal of Flow Chemistry, 11, ISSN: 2062-249X. DOI: 10.1007/s41981-020-00117-2.

Monaghan, TW, Harding, MJ, Christie, SDR, Friel, RJ (2019) In-situ time resolved spectrographic measurement using an additively manufactured metallic micro-fluidic analysis platform, PLoS One, 14(11), ISSN: 1932-6203. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0224492.

Rimington, R, Capel, A, Chaplin, K, Fleming, J, Bandulasena, H, Bibb, R, Christie, S, Lewis, M (2019) Differentiation of bioengineered skeletal muscle within a 3D printed perfusion bioreactor reduces atrophic and inflammatory gene expression, ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering, 5(10), pp.5525-5538, DOI: 10.1021/acsbiomaterials.9b00975.

Hampson, S, Pollard, M, Hauer, P, Salway, H, Christie, S, Platt, M (2019) Additively manufactured flow-resistive pulse sensors, Analytical Chemistry, ISSN: 0003-2700. DOI: 10.1021/acs.analchem.8b05140.

Capel, A, Rimington, R, Lewis, M, Christie, S (2018) 3D printing for chemical, pharmaceutical and biological applications, NATURE REVIEWS CHEMISTRY, 2(12), pp.422-436, ISSN: 2397-3358. DOI: 10.1038/s41570-018-0058-y.

Pardo-Figuerez, MM, Martin, N, Player, DJ, Roach, P, Christie, S, Capel, A, Lewis, M (2018) Controlled arrangement of neuronal cells on surfaces functionalized with micro-patterned polymer brushes, ACS Omega, ISSN: 2470-1343. DOI: 10.1021/acsomega.8b01698.

Rimington, R, Capel, A, Player, DJ, Bibb, R, Christie, S, Lewis, M (2018) Feasibility and biocompatibility of 3D‐printed photopolymerized and laser sintered polymers for neuronal, myogenic, and hepatic cell types, Macromolecular Bioscience, 18(7), 1800113, ISSN: 1616-5187. DOI: 10.1002/mabi.201800113.

Mayne, LJ, Lin, C-Y, Christie, S, Siwy, ZS, Platt, M (2018) The design and characterization of multifunctional aptamer nanopore sensors, ACS Nano, 12(5), pp.4844-4852, ISSN: 1936-0851. DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.8b01583.

Isaacs, M, Hayes, M, Rawlinson, S, Angus, M, Qaisar, A, Christie, S, Edmondson, S, Read, D (2018) Processing and product characteristics of a blended cement grout incorporating polycarboxylate ether superplasticiser, Advances in Cement Research, 30(4), pp.148-158, ISSN: 0951-7197. DOI: 10.1680/jadcr.17.00102.

Pardo-Figuerez, MM, Martin, N, Player, DJ, Capel, A, Christie, S, Lewis, M (2017) Neural and aneural regions generated by the use of chemical surface coatings, ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering, 4(1), pp.98-106, ISSN: 2373-9878. DOI: 10.1021/acsbiomaterials.7b00663.

Hampson, S, Rowe, W, Christie, S, Platt, M (2017) 3D printed microfluidic device with integrated optical sensing for particle analysis, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, ISSN: 0925-4005. DOI: 10.1016/j.snb.2017.10.041.

Rimington, R, Capel, A, Christie, S, Lewis, M (2017) Biocompatible 3D printed polymers via fused deposition modelling direct C2C12 cellular phenotype in vitro, Lab on a Chip, 17(17), pp.2982-2993, ISSN: 1473-0197. DOI: 10.1039/c7lc00577f.

Capel, A, Wright, A, Harding, M, Weaver, G, Li, Y, Harris, RA, Edmondson, S, Goodridge, R, Christie, S (2017) 3D printed fluidics with embedded analytic functionality for automated reaction optimisation, Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry, 13, pp.111-119, ISSN: 1860-5397. DOI: 10.3762/bjoc.13.14.

Sachdev, S, Maugi, R, Woolley, J, Kirk, C, Zhou, Z, Christie, S, Platt, M (2017) Synthesis of gold nanoparticles using the interface of an emulsion droplet, Langmuir, ISSN: 0743-7463. DOI: 10.1021/acs.langmuir.7b00564.

Ahmed, A, Christie, S, Pritchard, G (2017) A comparison of the benzylic and the allylic group as a donor in the formal [4+2] cycloaddition to tetrahydropyrans using donor-acceptor cyclobutanes, Tetrahedron Letters, ISSN: 0040-4039. DOI: 10.1016/j.tetlet.2017.06.046.

Sachdev, S, Maugi, R, Kirk, C, Zhou, Z, Christie, S, Platt, M (2016) Synthesis and assembly of gold and iron oxide particles within an emulsion droplet; facile production of Core@Shell particles, Colloid an Interface Science, 16, pp.14-18, ISSN: 2215-0382. DOI: 10.1016/j.colcom.2016.12.005.

Mayne, L, Christie, S, Platt, M (2016) A tunable nanopore sensor for the detection of metal ions using translocation velocity and biphasic pulses, Nanoscale, 8(45), pp.19139-19147, ISSN: 2040-3372. DOI: 10.1039/C6NR07224K.

Monaghan, T, Harding, M, Harris, RA, Friel, RJ, Christie, S (2016) Customisable 3D printed microfluidics for integrated analysis and optimisation, Lab On a Chip: microfluidic and nanotechnologies for chemistry, biology, and bioengineering, 16, pp.3362-3373, ISSN: 1473-0197. DOI: 10.1039/C6LC00562D.

Vaithilingam, J, Prina, E, Goodridge, RD, Hague, RJM, Edmondson, S, Rose, FRAJ, Christie, SDR (2016) Surface chemistry of Ti6Al4V components fabricated using selective laser melting for biomedical applications, Materials Science and Engineering C, 67, pp.294-303, ISSN: 0928-4931. DOI: 10.1016/j.msec.2016.05.054.

Platt, M, christie, SDR, Blundell, Mayne, L (2016) Protein detection using Tunable Pores: Resistive Pulses and Current Rectification, Faraday Discussions, ISSN: 1364-5498. DOI: 10.1039/C6FD00072J.

Christie, S, Vaithilingam, J, Goodridge, R, Hague, R, Edmondson, S (2016) The Effect of Laser Remelting on the Surface Chemistry of Ti6Al4V Components Fabricated by Selective Laser Melting, Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 232, pp.1-8, ISSN: 1873-4774. DOI: 10.1016/j.jmatprotec.2016.01.022.

He, Y, Wildman, RD, Tuck, C, Christie, S, Edmondson, S (2016) An investigation of the behavior of solvent based polycaprolactone ink for material jetting, Scientific Reports, ISSN: 2045-2322. DOI: 10.1038/srep20852.

He, Y, Tuck, C, Prina, E, Kilsby, S, Christie, S, Edmondson, S, Hague, RJM, Rose, FRAJ, Wildman, RD (2016) A new photocrosslinkable polycaprolactone‐based ink for three‐dimensional inkjet printing, Journal of Biomedical Materials Rrsearch: Part B, ISSN: 1552-4973. DOI: 10.1002/jbm.b.33699.

Vaithilingam, J, Kilsby, S, Goodridge, RD, Christie, SDR, Edmondson, S, Hague, RJM (2015) Functionalisation of Ti6Al4V components fabricated using selective laser melting with a bioactive compound, Materials Science and Engineering: C, 46, pp.52-61, ISSN: 0928-4931. DOI: 10.1016/j.msec.2014.10.015.

Monaghan, T, Capel, A, Christie, S, Harris, R, Friel, R (2015) Solid-state additive manufacturing for metallized optical fiber integration, Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, ISSN: 1359-835X. DOI: 10.1016/j.compositesa.2015.05.032.

Vaithilingam, J, Kilsby, S, Goodridge, RD, Christie, SDR, Edmondson, S, Hague, RJM (2014) Immobilisation of an antibacterial drug to Ti6Al4V components fabricated using selective laser melting, Applied Surface Science, 314, pp.642-654, ISSN: 0169-4332. DOI: 10.1016/j.apsusc.2014.06.014.

Ahmed, A, Christie, SDR, Elsegood, MRJ, Pritchard, GJ (2013) A mild Lewis acid mediated epoxy-ester to bicyclic ortho ester rearrangement, Chemical Communications, 49(68), pp.7489-7491, ISSN: 1359-7345. DOI: 10.1039/c3cc44364g.

Wright, VE, Reynolds, JC, Christie, SDR, Creaser, CS, Castro-Gómez, F, Bo, C, Jurneczko, E, Barran, P, Poulton, A (2013) Structural studies of metal ligand complexes by ion mobility-mass spectrometry, International Journal for Ion Mobility Spectrometry, pp.1-7, ISSN: 1435-6163. DOI: 10.1007/s12127-013-0122-8.

Capel, AJ, Edmondson, S, Christie, S, Goodridge, RD, Bibb, RJ, Thurstans, M (2013) Design and additive manufacture for flow chemistry, Lab on a Chip, On line first, pp.1-7, ISSN: 1473-0197. DOI: 10.1039/C3LC50844G.

Vaithilingam, J, Goodridge, RD, Christie, SD, Edmondson, S, Hague, RJM (2012) Surface modification of selective laser melted structures using self-assembled monolayers for biomedical applications, 23rd Annual International Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium - An Additive Manufacturing Conference, SFF 2012, pp.316-325.

Kaur-Atwal, G, Reynolds, JC, Mussell, C, Champarnaud, E, Knapman, TW, Ashcroft, AE, O'Connor, G, Christie, SDR, Creaser, CS (2011) Determination of testosterone and epitestosterone glucuronides in urine by ultra performance liquid chromatography-ion mobility-mass spectrometry, ANALYST, 136(19), pp.3911-3916, ISSN: 0003-2654. DOI: 10.1039/c1an15450h.

Buckley, BR, Christie, S, Elsegood, MRJ, Gillings, CM, Page, PCB, Pardoe, WJM (2010) An Aromatic Amination Approach towards Ancistrocladinium A/B, Synlett, 6, pp.939-943.

Christie, S, Cummins, J, Elsegood, MRJ, Dawson, G (2009) Formation of Polysubstituted Tetrahydrofurans on an Iron Tricarbonyl ̇eta⁵-pentadienyl Template, Synlett, 2, pp.257-259.

Allart, EA, Christie, S, Pritchard, GJ, Elsegood, MRJ (2009) Preparation of Highly Substituted Tetrahydropyrans via a Metal Assisted Dipolar Cycloaddition Reaction, Chemical Communications, pp.7339-7341.

Christie, S, Warrington, AD, Lunniss, CJ (2009) Complementary Reactions of Allylic Carbamates Unig Palladium (II): Formation of Oxazolidinones for Allylic Amides from a common precursor, Synthesis-Stuttgart, pp.148-154.

Christie, S and Warrington, AD (2008) Osmium and palladium: Complementary metals in alkene activation and exidation, Synthesis-Stuttgart, pp.1325-1341.

Olier, C, Gastaldi, S, Christie, S, Bertrand, MP (2007) Unprecedented Cyclization of Nicholas Cations onto Unactivated Terminal Alkenes: Tandem Trapping of Cationic Intermediates, Synlett, 2007(3), pp.423-426, ISSN: 0936-5214. DOI: 10.1055/s-2007-968025.

Christie, S, Davoile, RJ, Jones, RCF (2006) Preparation of Highly Substituted Pyrrolidines via an Organometallic Dipole, Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, 4(14), pp.2683-2684, ISSN: 1477-0520. DOI: 10.1039/b605329g.

Page, PCB, Buckley, BR, Christie, S, Edgar, M, Poulton, AM, Elsegood, MRJ, McKee, V (2005) A New Paradigm in N-Heterocyclic Carbenoid Ligands, Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 690,(24-25), pp.6210-6216, ISSN: 0022-328X. DOI: 10.1016/j.jorganchem.2005.09.015.

Caldwell, JJ, Cameron, ID, Christie, S, Hay, AM, Johnstone, C, Kerr, WJ, Murray, A (2005) Total synthesis of Japanese Hop ether using an efficient intramolecular Pauson-Khand reaction, Synlett, pp.3293-3296.

Poulton, AM, Christie, S, Fryatt, R, Dale, SH, Elsegood, MRJ, Andrews, DM (2004) Preparation of new N-heterocyclic carbene metal-alkyne complexes and application to a stereocontrolled Pauson-Khand reaction, Synlett, 12, pp.2103-2106.

Fletcher, AJ, Fryatt, R, Rutherford, DT, Christie, S (2004) A Simple method for the preparation of heterobimetallic alkyne complexes, Tetrahedron Letters, 45, pp.5247-5250.

Christie, S, Davoile, RJ, Elsegood, MRJ, Fryatt, R, Jones, RCF, Pritchard, GJ (2004) Novel formation and use of a Nicholas carbocation in the synthesis of highly substituted tetrahydrofurans, Chemical Communications, 2004(21), pp.2474-2475, ISSN: 1359-7345. DOI: 10.1039/b411367e.

Christie, S, Davoile, RJ, Jones, RCF (2002) Exploration of Nicholas methodology using chiral heterobimetallic cobalt-molybdenum propargylium complexes, Tetrahedron Letters, 43, pp.7167-7170, ISSN: 0040-4039. DOI: 10.1016/S0040-4039(02)01670-2.

Fryatt, R and Christie, S (2002) Applications of stoichiometric transition metal complexes in organic synthesis, Journal of the Chemical Societly, Perkin Transactions I,, (4), pp.447-458.

Fletcher, AJ and Christie, S (2001) Applications of stoichiometric transition metal complexes in organic synthesis, Journal of the Chemical Society, Perkin Transactions 1, (1), pp.1-13.

Fletcher, AJ, Fryatt, R, Rutherford, DT, Elsegood, MR, Christie, S (2001) Formation of propargylic sterocentres using desymmetrised alkyne complexes, Synlett, 11, pp.1711-1714, ISSN: 0936-5214.

Davoille, RJ, Rutherford, DT, Christie, SDR (2000) Homologation of allylic alcohols. An approach to cyclic and acyclic polyoxygenated compounds, Tetrahedron Letters, 41(8), pp.1255-1259, ISSN: 0040-4039. DOI: 10.1016/S0040-4039(99)02263-7.

Davoile, RJ, Rutherford, DT, Christie, S (2000) Homologation of allylic alcohols. An Approach to cyclic and acyclic polyoxygenated compounds, Tetrahedron Letters, 41(8), pp.1255-1259, ISSN: 0040-4039.

Fletcher, AJ and Christie, S (2000) Cobalt mediated cyclisations, J. Chem Soc, Perkin Trans. 1, (11), pp.1657-1668.

Rassias, GA, Page, PCB, Reignier, S, Christie, S (2000) The First Successful Use of Simple 1,2-Aminothioethers as Hybrid Ligands in the Palladium-Catalysed Asymmetric Allylic Substitution Reaction, Synlett, (3), pp.379-381, ISSN: 0936-5214.

Fletcher, AJ, Rutherford, DT, Christie, S (2000) An Enantiospecific Pauson-Khand Reaction, Synlett, pp.1040-1042, ISSN: 0936-5214.

Christie, SDR, Man, KW, Whitby, RJ, Slawin, AMZ (1999) Novel routes to bidentate cyclopentadienyl-alkoxide complexes of titanium: Synthesis of (η5-σ-C5R14CHR 2CH2CR3R4O)TiCl2, Organometallics, 18(3), pp.348-359, ISSN: 0276-7333. DOI: 10.1021/om9807598.

Christie, S (1999) Organic Halides, Journal of the Chemical Society, Perkin Transactions 1, pp.737-747.

Christie, S, Man, KW, Whitby, RJ, Slawin, AMZ (1999) Novel Routes to Bidentate Cyclopentadienyl-Alkoxide Complexes of Titanium: Synthesis of (/eta,s-C₅R¹₄CHR₂CH₂CR³R₄O)TiCl₂, Organometallics, 18(3), pp.348-359.

Christie, S (1998) Organic Halides, Journal of the Chemical Society, Perkin Transactions 1, pp.1577-1588.

Rutherford, DT and Christie, S (1998) Heterobimetallic Alkyne Complexes in Organic Synthesis: An Asymmetric Variant of the Pauson-Khand Reaction, Tetrahedron Letters, 39, pp.9805-9808, ISSN: 0040-4039.

Christie, SDR, Cosset, C, Hamilton, DR, Kerr, WJ, OCallaghan, JM (1996) Synthesis and reactivity of novel pi-allylcyclopentadienyl cobaltolactone complexes (pg 2051, 1995), CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, (7), pp.885-885, ISSN: 1359-7345.

Christie, S, Hamilton, DR, Kerr, WJ, O'Callaghan, JM (1995) Synthesis and Reactivity of Novel π-Allylcyclopentadienyl Cobaltolactone Complexes, Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications, pp.2051-2052.



Conferences

Christie, S (2016) 3D printing of Chemical Reactors. In UK Automated Synthesis Forum, Imperial War Museum, Duxford.

Rimington, RP, Capel, A, Christie, S, Lewis, M (2016) Materials 3D printed via fused deposition modelling elicit myofibrillar alignment and enhanced differentiation of skeletal muscle cells in-vitro. In 16th Annual Meeting of the Tissue and Cell Engineering Society, London.

He, Y, Kilsby, S, Tuck, C, Wildman, R, Christie, S, Yang, H, Edmonson, S (2014) A biodegradable polycaprolactone based ink developed for 3D inkjet printing. In , International SAMPE Technical Conference,ISBN: 9781934551165.

He, Y, Kilsby, S, Tuck, C, Wildman, R, Christie, S, Yang, H, Edmondson, S (2014) A biodegradable polycaprolactone based ink developed for 3D ink jetting. In , 25th Annual International Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium � An Additive Manufacturing Conference, SFF 2014, pp.1052-1068.

He, Y, Kilsby, S, Tuck, C, Wildman, R, Christie, S, Edmonson, S, Yang, H (2013) Processing biodegradable polycaprolactone through 3D printing. In , 24th International SFF Symposium - An Additive Manufacturing Conference, SFF 2013, pp.200-214.

Christie, SDR, Vaithilingam, J, Goodridge, RD, Hague, RJ (2012) Surface Modification of Selective Laser Melted Ti6Al4V structures using Self-assembled Monolayers for Biomedical Applications. In Other, AN (ed) Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium, Texas.

Christie, SDR, Vaithilingam, J, Edmondson, SE, Hodgson, L, Goodridge, RD (2012) Functionalisation of customised load-bearing implants produced by Additive Manufacturing. In Other, AN (ed) World Biomaterials Conference, Chengdu, China.

Christie, SDR, Vaithilingam, J, Goodridge, RD, Hague, RJM (2012) Additive Manufacturing and Surface Modification of Tracheobronchial Stents using Self-assembled Monolayers. In Other, AN (ed) World Biomaterials Conference, Chengdu China.

Christie, S (2011) From Small Rings to Heterocycles. In International Conference on Heterocyclic Chemistry, Glasgow, pp.1-1.

Christie, S (2009) Novel [3+2} and [4+2] cycloaddition reactions on transition metal templates. Regio-and stereo-controlled routes to heterocycles. In 42ⁿd IUPAC Congress, Glasgow, pp.206-060.

Gillings, CM and Christie, S (2009) Approaches to Atropoisonmeric N-heterocyclic Natural Products. In 42ⁿd IUPAC Congress, Glasgow, pp.206-057.

Watson, HTA and Christie, S (2009) Use of Small Ring Activation in the Synthesis of Highly Functionalised Heterocycles. In 42ⁿd IUPAC Congress, Glasgow, pp.206-042.

Christie, S (2008) Development of animated hand-drawn reaction mechanisms. In Variety in chemical Education 2008, Dublin, OP 9.

Christie, S (2007) Novel [3+2] and [4+2] cycloaddition reactions on transition metal templates. Regio-and stereo-controlled routes to heterocycles. In 15th European Symposium on Organic Chemistry, Geneva, P 215.

Christie, S, Warrington, AD, Lunnis, C (2005) Osmium catalysed activation of alkenes. In Organometallics Chemistry directed towards Organic Synthesis 13, Proceedings of Organometallics Chemistry directed towards Organic Synthsis 13, Geneva, p.492.

Christie, S (2005) New transition metal mediaed cycloaddition reaction. In Proceedings of Organometallics Chemistry directed towards Organic Synthesis 13, Geneva, p.468.

Christie, S, Cummins, J, Dawson, G (2005) Heterocyclic formation on an organometallic template. In Organometallics Chemistry directed towards Organic Synthesis 13, Proceedings of Organometallics Chemistry directed towards Organic Synthesis 13, Geneva, p.490.

Christie, S, Warrington, AD, Lunnis, C (2005) Osmium catalysed activation of alkenes. In Organometallics Chemistry directed towards Organic Synthsis 13, Proceedings of Organometallics Chemistry directed towards Organic Synthsis 13, Geneva, p.492.

Christie, S (2003) Heterobimetallic alkyne complexes in organic synthesis. In Organometallics Chemistry directed towards Organic Synthesis 12, Toronto, SL11.

Christie, S (2003) Heterobimetallic alkyne complexesin organic synthesis. In Organometallic Shemistry directed towards Organic Synthesis 12, Toronto, Toronto, p.41.

Davoile, R and Christie, S (2003) Heterobimetallic Alkyne Complexes for use in Steroselective Synthesis. In Organometallics Chemistry directed towards Organic Synthesis 12, Toronto, Toronto, P 33.

Christie, S and Fryatt, R (2003) Uses of desymmetrised Bimetallic-alkyne complexes in asymmetric organic synthesis. In Organometallics Chemistry directed towards Organic Synthesis 12,, Toronto, p.86.



Chapters

Christie, S, Vaithilingam, J, Goodridge, RD, Edmondson, S, Hague, RJM (2014) Additive Manufacturing and Surface Modification of Biomaterials using Self-assembled Monolayers. In Hutmacher, D (ed) Biointerfaces : Where Material Meets Biology, pp.30-54, ISBN: 978-1-84973-876-7. DOI: 10.1039/9781782628453.

Christie, SDR and Watson, HTA (2014) Cycloaddition reactions of small rings. In Nishiwaki, N (ed) Methods and Application of cycloaddition reactions in organic synthesis, Wiley, pp.241-262, ISBN: 978-1-118-29988-3.

Christie, S and Shottam, JJ (2007) Organic Aspects of Organometallic Chemistry. In Green, M (ed) Organometallic chemistry, Specialist Periodical reports, Royal Society of Chmistry, pp.279-302.

Christie, S and Shotton, JJ (2005) Organic Aspects of Organometallic Chemistry. In Green, ME (ed) Organometallic Chemistry, Royal Society of Chemistry, pp.454-482, ISBN: 0-85404-343-8.

Christie, S and Heaney, H (2003) Cooper. In O'Neil, IA (ed) Science of Synthesis, Thieme, pp.305-662.



Designs

Rimington, R, Capel, A, Christie, S, Lewis, M, Bibb, R (Accepted for publication) Integrated 12-well plate Bioreactor.

Rimington, R, Capel, A, Lewis, M, Christie, S, Bibb, R (Accepted for publication) Modular 6-well plate Bioreactor.

Rimington, R, Capel, A, Lewis, M, Christie, S, Bibb, R (Accepted for publication) Integrated Tissue Engineered Perfusion System.

Rimington, R, Capel, A, Lewis, M, Christie, S, Bibb, R (Accepted for publication) Modular Tissue Engineered Perfusion System.

Rimington, R, Capel, A, Bibb, R, Christie, S, Lewis, M (Accepted for publication) Screw Thread.

Rimington, R, Capel, A, Lewis, M, Christie, S, Bibb, R (Accepted for publication) O-ring Mould.

Rimington, R, Capel, A, Lewis, M, Christie, S, Bibb, R (Accepted for publication) Monolayer Perfusion System.

Rimington, R, Capel, A, Lewis, M, Christie, S, Bibb, R (Accepted for publication) Tissue Engineered Skeletal Muscle Scaffold.



Posters

Webster, C, Monaghan, T, Friel, RJ, Harris, R, Christie, S (2015) Additively manufactured lab-on-chip devices.



Datasets

Price, A, Capel, A, Lee, R, Pradel, P, Christie, S (2020) Supplementary Information Files for An open source toolkit for 3D printed fluidics, DOI: 10.17028/rd.lboro.15164385.



Media

Price, A, Capel, A, Christie, S, Lee, R (2020) Rhino 3D Demo.



Other

Christie, SDR and Collins, SK (2021) Editorial. DOI: 10.1007/s41981-021-00147-4.

Price, A, Lee, R, Capel, A, Christie, S (Accepted for publication) Male threaded nut, 1/4-28" (UNF) threaded flangeless male nut with 2.50mm channel bore and a tapered tip to allow for the insertion of feruled tubing. The part is used for connecting tubing inlets and outlets of coiled flow reactors and lines of tubing to various junctions and mixers, the connection is made leak tight through the use of a ferule. Part is to be printed in PLA in an upright orientation. A 0.1mm layer and 100% infill is required along with a 10mm adhesion brim. No support scaffold is required..

Price, A, Lee, R, Capel, A, Christie, S (Accepted for publication) Union connector (CORE), 1/4-28" (UNF) flat bottom, female threaded straight union core with 1.00mm channel bore and integrated inlet/ outlet O-rings. The part is to be used as the chemically resistant channeled core of a straight union connector. The combined Core-shell structure is to be used for unifying two separate lines of tubing via two feruled male threaded nuts. (see 'Union connector (SHELL)' for shell counterpart). Part is to be printed in Polypropylene in horizontal orientation such that both integrated O-rings are facing outward. A 0.1mm layer and 100% infill is required along with a material flow rate of 110%. The part can be integrated into its PLA shell structure by loading both core and shell components into the slicing software, and positioning the core at coordinates X:0, Y:0, Z:1.5. and the shell at X:0, Y:0, Z:0. Once grouped (by selecting both parts, right click and select 'Group Models), the part should be raised 10mm above the build plate and a PLA support scaffold should be generated along with a 10mm PLA adhesion brim..

Price, A, Lee, R, Capel, A, Christie, S (Accepted for publication) Union connector (SHELL), 1/4-28" (UNF) flat bottom, female threaded straight union shell with internal core void. The part is to be used as the rigid threaded housing for the channeled core of a straight union connector. The combined core-shell structure is to be used for unifying two separate lines of tubing via two feruled male threaded nuts. (see 'Union connector (CORE)' for core counterpart). Part is to be printed in PLA in a horizontal orientation such that both threaded extrusions are facing outward. A 0.1mm layer height and 100% infill is required. The part can be impregnated with its PP core structure by loading both core and shell components into the slicing software, and positioning the core at coordinates X:0, Y:0, Z:1.5. and the shell at X:0, Y:0, Z:0. Once grouped (by selecting both parts, right clicking and selecting 'Group Models), the part should be raised 10mm above the build plate and a PLA support scaffold should be generated along with a 10mm PLA adhesion brim. .

Price, A, Lee, R, Capel, A, Christie, S (Accepted for publication) Tee-connector (CORE), 1/4-28" (UNF) flat bottom, female threaded tee-connector core with 1.00mm channel bores and integrated inlet/ outlet O-rings. The part is to be used as the chemically resistant channeled core of a Tee-connector. The combined Core-shell structure is to be used for unifying three separate lines of tubing (two inlets into one outlet) via three feruled male threaded nuts. (see 'Tee-connector (SHELL)' for shell counterpart). Part is to be printed in Polypropylene in horizontal orientation such that all integrated O-rings are visible and facing outward. A 0.1mm layer and 100% infill is required along with a material flow rate of 110%. The part can be integrated into its PLA shell structure by loading both core and shell components into the slicing software, and positioning the core at coordinates X:0, Y:0, Z:1.5. and the shell at X:0, Y:0, Z:0 (ensure all O-rings are aligned with the shell female threads, rotate the core structure along the Z axis accordingly to achieve this). Once grouped (by selecting both parts, right click and select 'Group Models), the part should be raised 10mm above the build plate and a PLA support scaffold should be generated along with a 10mm PLA adhesion brim..

Price, A, Lee, R, Capel, A, Christie, S (Accepted for publication) Tee-connector (SHELL), 1/4-28" (UNF) flat bottom, female threaded tee-connector shell with internal core void. The part is to be used as the rigid threaded housing for the channeled core of a tee-connector. The combined Core-shell structure is to be used for unifying three separate lines of tubing (two inlets into one outlet) via three feruled male threaded nuts. (see 'Tee-connector (CORE)' for core counterpart). Part is to be printed in PLA in a horizontal orientation such that all threaded extrusions are visible and facing outward. A 0.1mm layer height and 100% infill is required. The part can be impregnated with its PP core structure by loading both core and shell components into the slicing software, and positioning the core at coordinates X:0, Y:0, Z:1.5. and the shell at X:0, Y:0, Z:0 (ensure all core O-rings are aligned with the shell female threads, rotate the core structure along the Z axis accordingly to achieve this). Once grouped (by selecting both parts, right clicking and selecting 'Group Models'), the part should be raised 10mm above the build plate and a PLA support scaffold should be generated along with a 10mm PLA adhesion brim..

Price, A, Lee, R, Christie, S, Capel, A (Accepted for publication) Cross connector (CORE), 1/4-28" (UNF) flat bottom, female threaded cross-connector core with 1.00mm channel bores and integrated inlet/ outlet O-rings. The part is to be used as the chemically resistant channeled core of a cross-connector. The combined Core-shell structure is to be used for unifying four separate lines of tubing (three inlets into one outlet) via four feruled male threaded nuts. (see 'cross-connector (SHELL)' for shell counterpart). Part is to be printed in Polypropylene in horizontal orientation such that all integrated O-rings are visible and facing outward. A 0.1mm layer and 100% infill is required along with a material flow rate of 110%. The part can be integrated into its PLA shell structure by loading both core and shell components into the slicing software, and positioning the core at coordinates X:0, Y:0, Z:1.5. and the shell at X:0, Y:0, Z:0 (ensure all O-rings are aligned with the shell female threads, rotate the core structure along the Z axis accordingly to achieve this). Once grouped (by selecting both parts, right click and select 'Group Models), the part should be raised 10mm above the build plate and a PLA support scaffold should be generated along with a 10mm PLA adhesion brim..

Price, A, Lee, R, Capel, A, Christie, S (Accepted for publication) Cross connector (SHELL), 1/4-28" (UNF) flat bottom, female threaded cross-connector shell with internal core void. The part is to be used as the rigid threaded housing for the channeled core of a cross-connector. The combined Core-shell structure is to be used for unifying four separate lines of tubing (three inlets into one outlet) via four feruled male threaded nuts. (see 'cross-connector (CORE)' for core counterpart). Part is to be printed in PLA in a horizontal orientation such that all threaded extrusions are visible and facing outward. A 0.1mm layer height and 100% infill is required. The part can be impregnated with its PP core structure by loading both core and shell components into the slicing software, and positioning the core at coordinates X:0, Y:0, Z:1.5. and the shell at X:0, Y:0, Z:0 (ensure all core O-rings are aligned with the shell female threads, rotate the core structure along the Z axis accordingly to achieve this). Once grouped (by selecting both parts, right clicking and selecting 'Group Models'), the part should be raised 10mm above the build plate and a PLA support scaffold should be generated along with a 10mm PLA adhesion brim..

Price, A, Lee, R, Christie, S, Capel, A (Accepted for publication) Y-connector (CORE), 1/4-28" (UNF) flat bottom, female threaded Y-connector core with 1.00mm channel bores and integrated inlet/ outlet O-rings. The part is to be used as the chemically resistant channeled core of a Y-connector. The combined Core-shell structure is to be used for unifying three separate lines of tubing (two inlets into one outlet) via three feruled male threaded nuts. at 120o angles (see 'Y-connector (SHELL)' for shell counterpart). Part is to be printed in Polypropylene in horizontal orientation such that all integrated O-rings are visible and facing outward. A 0.1mm layer and 100% infill is required along with a material flow rate of 110%. The part can be integrated into its PLA shell structure by loading both core and shell components into the slicing software, and positioning the core at coordinates X:-0.01, Y:-1.27, Z:1.5. and the shell at X:0, Y:0, Z:0 (ensure all O-rings are aligned with the shell female threads, rotate the core structure along the Z axis accordingly to achieve this). Once grouped (by selecting both parts, right clicking and selecting 'Group Models), the part should be raised 10mm above the build plate and a PLA support scaffold should be generated along with a 10mm PLA adhesion brim..

Price, A, Lee, R, Christie, S, Capel, A (Accepted for publication) Y-connector (SHELL), 1/4-28" (UNF) flat bottom, female threaded Y-connector shell with internal core void. The part is to be used as the rigid threaded housing for the channeled core of a Y-connector. The combined Core-shell structure is to be used for unifying three separate lines of tubing (two inlets into one outlet) via three feruled male threaded nuts at 120o angles. (see 'Y-connector (CORE)' for core counterpart). Part is to be printed in PLA in a horizontal orientation such that all threaded extrusions are visible and facing outward. A 0.1mm layer height and 100% infill is required. The part can be impregnated with its PP core structure by loading both core and shell components into the slicing software, and positioning the core at coordinates X:-0.01, Y:-1.27, Z:1.5 and the shell at X:0, Y:0, Z:0 (ensure all core O-rings are aligned with the shell female threads, rotate the core structure along the Z axis accordingly to achieve this). Once grouped (by selecting both parts, right clicking and selecting 'Group Models'), the part should be raised 10mm above the build plate and a PLA support scaffold should be generated along with a 10mm PLA adhesion brim..

Price, A, Lee, R, Christie, S, Capel, A (Accepted for publication) Luer adapter (BODY), Threaded Luer Adapter, male luer taper to female 1/4-28" (UNF) Flat Bottom female thread. The part is to be used as the chemically resistant body of a luer adapter with 1mm channel bore and integrated O-ring. The combined body and threaded insert structure is to be used for coupling a line of tubing to a standard luer-lock mdeical/laboratory grade syringe via a feruled male nut. (see Luer adapter (Insert)' for threaded insert counterpart). Part is to be printed in Polypropylene in an upright orientation. A 0.1mm layer and 100% infill is required along with a material flow rate of 110%. The part can be impregnated with its PLA threaded insert by loading both body and insert components into the slicing software, and positioning the body at coordinates X:0, Y:0, Z:2. and the insert at X:0, Y:0, Z:0. Once grouped (by selecting both parts, right clicking and selecting 'Group Models) a PLA support scaffold should be generated to uphold the 90o central overhang, the PLA support should be printed with an infill of 100% to prevent any surface defects occurring that may lead to leakage during its use. a 10mm PLA adhesion brim should also be generated..

Price, A, Lee, R, Christie, S, Capel, A (Accepted for publication) Luer adapter (INSERT), Threaded Luer Adapter, male luer taper to female 1/4-28" (UNF) Flat Bottom female thread - threaded insert. The part is to be used as the rigid threaded insert of a luer adapter. The combined body and threaded insert structure is to be used for coupling a line of tubing to a standard luer-lock medical/laboratory grade syringe via a feruled male nut. (see Luer adapter (body)' for adapter body counterpart). Part is to be printed in PLA in an upright orientation. A 0.1mm layer and 100% infill is required. The part can be inserted into its PP adapter body by loading both body and insert components into the slicing software, and positioning the body at coordinates X:0, Y:0, Z:2. and the insert at X:0, Y:0, Z:0. Once grouped (by selecting both parts, right clicking and selecting 'Group Models) a PLA support scaffold should be generated to uphold the 90o central overhang, the PLA support should be printed with an infill of 100% to prevent any surface defects occurring that may lead to leakage during its use. a 10mm PLA adhesion brim should also be generated..

Price, A, Capel, A, Lee, R, Christie, S (Accepted for publication) Male Thread Test Board, Test board consisting of five male screw threads based on a 1/4"-28 UNF male thread profile with successively increasing (+0.2mm) Major and Minor diameters. Can be used to define the optimum model dimensions for 3D printed male threads tailored to the users unique print conditions, material and environment..

Price, A, Capel, A, Lee, R, Christie, S (Accepted for publication) Female Thread Test Board, Test board consisting of four female screw threads based on a 1/4"-28 UNF female thread profile with successively increasing (+0.2mm) Major and Minor diameters. Can be used to define the optimum model dimensions for 3D printed female threads tailored to the users unique print conditions, material and environment..

Price, A, Capel, A, Lee, R, Christie, S (Accepted for publication) Print Resolution Test Board, Test board consisting of four sections of positive and negative internal and external extrusions. Can be used to asses the smallest feature limitations of a printer/material combination prior to modelling fluidic channels within a structure..

Price, A, Capel, A, Christie, S, Lee, R, Pradel, P (Accepted for publication) Fluidic Reactor Chip, Grasshopper file (.gh) for modifiable fluidic reactor chip, to be imported into 'Rhino 3D' for quick and easy channel geometry variation..

Price, A, Capel, A, Christie, S, Lee, R (Accepted for publication) Fluidic chip, largest radius, Example fluidic reactor file generated in modelling platform, Rhino 3D. This fluidic reactor has been generated with channel radius (Pipe radius) set at the largest possible value (1.00 mm).

Price, A, Capel, A, Christie, S, Lee, R (Accepted for publication) Fluidic chip, largest length, Example fluidic reactor file generated in modelling platform, Rhino 3D. This fluidic reactor has been generated with channel length (Pipe length) set at the largest possible value (40.00 mm).

Price, A, Capel, A, Lee, R, Christie, S (Accepted for publication) Fluidic chip, Largest Number, Example fluidic reactor file generated in modelling platform, Rhino 3D. This fluidic reactor has been generated with channel number (Pipe number) set at the largest possible value (20 channels).



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