Shane Halligan
Shane Halligan
Athlone Institution of technology
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Synthesis, characterisation and phase transition behaviour of temperature-responsive physically crosslinked poly (N-vinylcaprolactam) based polymers for …
SC Halligan, MB Dalton, KA Murray, Y Dong, W Wang, JG Lyons, ...
Materials Science and Engineering: C 79, 130-139, 2017
Synthesis and characterisation of novel temperature and pH sensitive physically cross-linked poly (N-vinylcaprolactam-co-itaconic acid) hydrogels for drug delivery
M Fallon, S Halligan, R Pezzoli, L Geever, C Higginbotham
Gels 5 (3), 41, 2019
Smart thermosensitive poly (N-vinylcaprolactam) based hydrogels for biomedical applications.
M Dalton, S Halligan, J Killion, KA Murray, L Geever
Advances in Environmental Biology, 2014
The Effect Acetic Acid has on Poly(N-Vinylcaprolactam) LCST for Biomedical Applications
MB Dalton, SC Halligan, JA Killion, W Wang, Y Dong, MJD Nugent, ...
Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering 57 (12), 1165-1174, 2018
Controlling the Thermosensitivity of Poly (N-vinylcaprolactam) for Smart Glass Applications via Electron Beam Irradiation
SC Halligan, KA Murray, O Vrain, JG Lyons, LM Geever
Materials Today: Proceedings 10, 430-435, 2019
Enhancing and controlling the critical attributes of poly (N‐vinylcaprolactam) through electron beam irradiation for biomedical applications
S Halligan, K Murray, M Hopkins, I Rogers, J Lyons, O Vrain, L Geever
Journal of Applied Polymer Science 137 (18), 48639, 2020
Effect of Electron Beam Irradiation on the Rheological Properties and Phase Transition Temperature of Poly(N-Vinylcaprolactam)
SC Halligan, KA Murray, O Vrain, JG Lyons, LM Geever
Key Engineering Materials 865, 19-24, 2020
The development of advanced smart polymer formulations for potential biomedical applications.
SC Halligan
Athlone Institute of Technology, 2020
3 Controlled release of poorly soluble active ingredients from bioresorbable polymers
GG de Lima, S Halligan, L Geever, M Dalton, C McConville, MJD Nugent
Applied Polymer Technologies Gateway, Athlone Institute of Technology, Ireland. 2 CelgenTek part of the Zimmer Biomet Group, Ireland. presenting author 3 Department of Surgery …
S Halligan, KA Murray, Y Dong, W Wang, J Lyons, L Geever
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