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Professor of Ultrasonics at the University of Bristol
Papers in the news
Levitation world records
Ultrasound modulates neuronal potassium currents via ionotropic glutamate receptors
Continuous monitoring with a permanently installed high-resolution ultrasonic phased array
The Physical Principles of Arrays for Mid-Air Haptic Applications
Tissue Engineering Cartilage with Deep Zone Cytoarchitecture by High‐Resolution Acoustic Cell Patterning
Building programmable multicompartment artificial cells incorporating remotely activated protein channels using microfluidics and acoustic levitation
Transfer of Orbital Angular Momentum to Freely Levitated High-Density Objects in Airborne Acoustic Vortices
Dynamic patterning of microparticles with acoustic impulse control
The effects of high-intensity 40 kHz ultrasound on cognitive function
Acoustic and ultrasonic techniques for defect detection and condition monitoring in water and sewerage pipes: A review
Rapid ultrasonic array assessment framework method for evaluating ultrasonic array transducer performance
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