Amorphous solid, Glass transition, Thermodynamics, Discrete element method and Differential scanning calorimetry are his primary areas of study. In his works, he performs multidisciplinary study on Amorphous solid and Relaxation. His Glass transition study which covers Crystallization that intersects with Polymer chemistry, Atmospheric temperature range and Mineralogy.
His work carried out in the field of Thermodynamics brings together such families of science as Pharmaceutical formulation, State, Water vapor, Absorption and Crystal. His study in Discrete element method is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Granular material, Material properties, Bin and Dynamic simulation. His studies examine the connections between Solubility and genetics, as well as such issues in Dosage form, with regards to Relative density, Ultimate tensile strength and Composite material.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Composite material, Dosage form, Discrete element method, Amorphous solid and Compaction. The concepts of his Composite material study are interwoven with issues in Mineralogy and Particle size. His research integrates issues of Biochemistry, Excipient and Biochemical engineering in his study of Dosage form.
He focuses mostly in the field of Discrete element method, narrowing it down to matters related to Granular material and, in some cases, Bin. His Amorphous solid study incorporates themes from Differential scanning calorimetry, Crystallization, Chemical engineering, Thermodynamics and Glass transition. As part of one scientific family, Bruno C. Hancock deals mainly with the area of Compaction, narrowing it down to issues related to the Compression, and often Stress.
Bruno C. Hancock mostly deals with Discrete element method, Mechanics, Nanotechnology, Composite material and Particle size. Bruno C. Hancock combines subjects such as Angle of repose, Shear flow, Structural engineering and Shear stress with his study of Discrete element method. Bruno C. Hancock interconnects Young's modulus, Contact force model and Blade in the investigation of issues within Mechanics.
His Nanotechnology research focuses on subjects like Triboelectric effect, which are linked to Pharmaceutical formulation, Glovebox and Surface energy. As part of his studies on Composite material, he often connects relevant areas like Dissipation. His biological study deals with issues like Classical mechanics, which deal with fields such as Velocity gradient, Aspect ratio and Shear.
His main research concerns Discrete element method, Particle size, Mechanics, Classical mechanics and SPHERES. In his research, he performs multidisciplinary study on Discrete element method and Function representation. His Particle size research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Stress and Aspect ratio.
His Classical mechanics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Velocity gradient, Particle velocity, Shear and Simple shear. His SPHERES research spans across into subjects like Dissipation, Extended discrete element method, Composite material, Stiffness and Contact force. The study incorporates disciplines such as Breakage, Impeller, Rotational speed and Shear stress in addition to Structural engineering.
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Suppression of Intestinal Polyposis in ApcΔ716 Knockout Mice by Inhibition of Cyclooxygenase 2 (COX-2)
Masanobu Oshima;Joseph E Dinchuk;Stacia L Kargman;Hiroko Oshima.
Characteristics and Significance of the Amorphous State in Pharmaceutical Systems
Bruno C. Hancock;George Zografi.
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (1997)
What is the true solubility advantage for amorphous pharmaceuticals
Bruno C. Hancock;Michael Parks.
Pharmaceutical Research (2000)
Molecular mobility of amorphous pharmaceutical solids below their glass transition temperatures.
Bruno C. Hancock;Sheri L. Shamblin;George Zografi.
Pharmaceutical Research (1995)
The relationship between the glass transition temperature and the water content of amorphous pharmaceutical solids.
Bruno C. Hancock;George Zografi.
Pharmaceutical Research (1994)
Crystallization of Indomethacin from the Amorphous State below and above Its Glass Transition Temperature
Minoru Yoshioka;Bruno C. Hancock;George Zografi.
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (1994)
CHARACTERIZATION OF THE TIME SCALES OF MOLECULAR MOTION IN PHARMACEUTICALLY IMPORTANT GLASSES
Sheri L. Shamblin;Xiaolin Tang;Liuquan Chang;Bruno C. Hancock.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (1999)
The use of solubility parameters in pharmaceutical dosage form design
Bruno C. Hancock;Peter York;Raymond C. Rowe.
International Journal of Pharmaceutics (1997)
Modelling the mechanical behaviour of pharmaceutical powders during compaction
C.-Y. Wu;O.M. Ruddy;A.C. Bentham;B.C. Hancock.
Powder Technology (2005)
Differential scanning calorimetry: applications in drug development.
Sophie-Dorothée Clas;Chad R. Dalton;Bruno C. Hancock.
Pharmaceutical Science & Technology Today (1999)
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