2018 - Member of the European Academy of Sciences
2011 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2011 - Fellow of the Materials Research Society
Crystallography, Stereochemistry, Photochemistry, Molecule and Crystal structure are his primary areas of study. A large part of his Crystallography studies is devoted to Bridging ligand. His Bridging ligand study which covers Denticity that intersects with Chelation.
His studies deal with areas such as Pyridine, Stacking, Metal and Coordination cage as well as Stereochemistry. His Photochemistry research incorporates themes from Luminescence, Redox, Electrochemistry and Ruthenium. His Molecule study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Inorganic chemistry, Hydrogen and Steric effects.
Michael D. Ward mainly investigates Crystallography, Stereochemistry, Ligand, Crystal structure and Molecule. His Crystallography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Luminescence, Photochemistry, Metal and Hydrogen bond. His studies in Photochemistry integrate themes in fields like Excited state, Redox and Quenching.
Michael D. Ward has included themes like Pyridine, Medicinal chemistry, Ruthenium, Chelation and Electrochemistry in his Stereochemistry study. His work carried out in the field of Ligand brings together such families of science as Electron paramagnetic resonance and Metal ions in aqueous solution. His study ties his expertise on Nanotechnology together with the subject of Molecule.
Michael D. Ward mostly deals with Crystallography, Coordination cage, Stereochemistry, Supramolecular chemistry and Luminescence. His study in Crystallography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ion, Molecule and Ligand. The study incorporates disciplines such as Molecular recognition, Polymer chemistry, Catalysis, Hydrophobic effect and Host–guest chemistry in addition to Coordination cage.
The Stereochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Crystal and Hydrogen bond. His research in Luminescence intersects with topics in Photochemistry and Phosphorescence. In Photochemistry, Michael D. Ward works on issues like Excited state, which are connected to Lanthanide.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Crystallography, Coordination cage, Stereochemistry, Molecule and Nanotechnology. His research in Crystallography is mostly concerned with Bridging ligand. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cobalt, Molecular recognition, Hydrogen bond and Host–guest chemistry.
His Molecule research includes elements of Antifreeze protein, Electronic materials, Nanostructure, Polymer and Crystallinity. The various areas that Michael D. Ward examines in his Nanotechnology study include Chemical physics, Crystal growth, Crystallization and Crystal. His Ligand research integrates issues from Luminescence and Stacking.
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Measurement of interfacial processes at electrode surfaces with the electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance
Daniel A. Buttry;Michael D. Ward.
Chemical Reviews (1992)
Serum Protein Fingerprinting Coupled with a Pattern-matching Algorithm Distinguishes Prostate Cancer from Benign Prostate Hyperplasia and Healthy Men
Bao Ling Adam;Yinsheng Qu;John W. Davis;Michael D. Ward.
Cancer Research (2002)
Metal-metal interactions in binuclear complexes exhibiting mixed valency; molecular wires and switches
Michael D. Ward.
Chemical Society Reviews (1995)
In situ interfacial mass detection with piezoelectric transducers.
Michael D. Ward;Daniel A. Buttry.
Nanoporous Molecular Sandwiches: Pillared Two-Dimensional Hydrogen-Bonded Networks with Adjustable Porosity
Victoria A. Russell;Cara C. Evans;Wenjie Li;Michael D. Ward.
Boosted Decision Tree Analysis of Surface-enhanced Laser Desorption/Ionization Mass Spectral Serum Profiles Discriminates Prostate Cancer from Noncancer Patients
Yinsheng Qu;Bao Ling Adam;Yutaka Yasui;Michael D. Ward.
Clinical Chemistry (2002)
Transition-metal sensitised near-infrared luminescence from lanthanides in d–f heteronuclear arrays ☆
Michael D. Ward.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2007)
Molecular engineering of solid-state materials: organometallic building blocks
Paul J. Fagan;Michael D. Ward;Joseph C. Calabrese.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1989)
Photo-induced electron and energy transfer in non-covalently bonded supramolecular assemblies
Michael D. Ward.
Chemical Society Reviews (1997)
Epitaxy and Molecular Organization on Solid Substrates
Daniel E. Hooks;Torsten Fritz;Michael D. Ward.
Advanced Materials (2001)
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