2017 - De Gennes Prize, Royal Society of Chemistry (UK)
2011 - Fellow of the Royal Society, United Kingdom
2001 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Science
1997 - Corday–Morgan Prize, Royal Society of Chemistry (UK)
1996 - Rutherford Memorial Medal in Chemistry, Royal Society of Canada
1994 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Polymer chemistry, Copolymer, Polymer, Nanotechnology and Micelle. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ring-opening polymerization, Polymerization, Catalysis, Transition metal and Photochemistry. His Copolymer research includes elements of Self-assembly, Nanoscopic scale, Redox and Chemical engineering.
His Polymer study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Supramolecular chemistry, Covalent bond, Oligomer, Ferrocene and Metal. His study on Nanoparticle, Nanostructure, Nanomaterials and Thin film is often connected to Macromolecule as part of broader study in Nanotechnology. His work focuses on many connections between Micelle and other disciplines, such as Dispersity, that overlap with his field of interest in Conjugated system.
His main research concerns Polymer chemistry, Copolymer, Polymer, Polymerization and Self-assembly. His Polymer chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Ring-opening polymerization, Monomer, Catalysis, Transition metal and Photochemistry. As part of one scientific family, Ian Manners deals mainly with the area of Catalysis, narrowing it down to issues related to the Adduct, and often Borane and Medicinal chemistry.
Ian Manners interconnects Nanotechnology, Solvent, Micelle and Chemical engineering, Dispersity in the investigation of issues within Copolymer. Ian Manners integrates Polymer and Macromolecule in his studies. His research in Polymerization intersects with topics in Crystallography, Cationic polymerization and Silicon.
Copolymer, Micelle, Chemical engineering, Self-assembly and Polymer are his primary areas of study. His studies deal with areas such as Nanowire, Polymerization, Branching, Nanofiber and Dispersity as well as Copolymer. The study incorporates disciplines such as Amorphous solid and Corona in addition to Chemical engineering.
His Self-assembly study is concerned with the larger field of Nanotechnology. His Polymer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Photocatalysis, Polymer chemistry and Seeding. In his research, Boranes, Silanes and Ferrocene is intimately related to Catalysis, which falls under the overarching field of Polymer chemistry.
His primary areas of investigation include Micelle, Copolymer, Chemical engineering, Self-assembly and Nanotechnology. Ian Manners interconnects Crystallography, Dispersity and Hydrogen bond in the investigation of issues within Micelle. Copolymer is a subfield of Polymer that he tackles.
His Self-assembly study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Crystallization, Nanowire, Polymerization, Polystyrene and Nanomedicine. His Polymerization study combines topics in areas such as Supramolecular chemistry, Soft matter and Polymer chemistry. Ian Manners combines subjects such as Acrylate and Surface modification with his study of Nanotechnology.
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Ammonia-borane and related compounds as dihydrogen sources.
Anne Staubitz;Alasdair P. M. Robertson;Ian Manners.
Chemical Reviews (2010)
B–N compounds for chemical hydrogen storage
Charles W. Hamilton;R. Tom Baker;Anne Staubitz;Ian Manners.
Chemical Society Reviews (2009)
Organometallic Polymers with Transition Metals in the Main Chain.
Paul Nguyen;Paloma Gómez-Elipe;Ian Manners.
Chemical Reviews (1999)
Cylindrical Block Copolymer Micelles and Co-Micelles of Controlled Length and Architecture
Xiaosong Wang;Gerald Guerin;Hai Wang;Yishan Wang.
Functional soft materials from metallopolymers and metallosupramolecular polymers
George R. Whittell;Martin D. Hager;Ulrich S. Schubert;Ian Manners.
Nature Materials (2011)
Photonic-crystal full-colour displays
André C. Arsenault;Daniel P. Puzzo;Ian Manners;Geoffrey A. Ozin.
Nature Photonics (2007)
Ring-opening polymerization of strained, ring-tilted ferrocenophanes: a route to high-molecular-weight poly(ferrocenylsilanes)
Daniel A. Foucher;Ben Zhong Tang;Ian Manners.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1992)
Transition Metal-Catalyzed Formation of Boron−Nitrogen Bonds: Catalytic Dehydrocoupling of Amine-Borane Adducts to Form Aminoboranes and Borazines
Cory A. Jaska;Karen Temple;and Alan J. Lough;Ian Manners.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2003)
Polymers and the Periodic Table: Recent Developments in Inorganic Polymer Science†
Angewandte Chemie (1996)
Functional block copolymers: nanostructured materials with emerging applications.
Felix H. Schacher;Paul A. Rupar;Ian Manners.
Angewandte Chemie (2012)
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