We are working in soft condensed matter with a focus on the phase, interface and flow behaviour of colloidal particles.
Our group does research in the areas of molecular materials synthesis, supramolecular chemistry, molecular recognition, polymers and dyes.
My research is focused on rotary molecular motors, in particular the Bacterial Flagellar Motor, which is a rotary molecular engine powered by the flow of ions across the inner, or cytoplasmic, membrane of a bacterial cell envelope.
My research interests lie in the theory and practice of dynamic optics, particularly the use of adaptive optical elements in high resolution microscopy and ultrafast laser fabrication.
Professor Bradley’s research interests focus on plastic electronics – encompassing fundamental studies on low-temperature/solution processed semiconductor materials and their application in a range of fields including energy efficient displays, lighting and solar panels.
We combine advanced imaging and computational techniques to study the musculoskeletal system.
I am interested in applying novel imaging modalities for investigating biological specimens.