G. Graham Allan

G. Graham Allan

Fiber composites; Polymer science;Creativity and innovation; Controlled release systems

Office: Bloedel 304
Phone: 206-543-1491 
Email: create@uw.edu


B.Sc., University of Glasgow, 1952
Ph.D., University of Glasgow, 1955
D.Sc., University of Strathclyde, 1970

Courses Taught:Quarter offered:
BSE 211 Creativity & Society (5)Autumn
BSE 211 Creativity & Society (5)Winter
BSE 211 Creativity & Society (5)Summer
BSE 309 Creativity & Innovation (2)Spring
Recent Publications:
G.G. Allan. 2015. Where do ideas come from? Consulting-Specifying Engineer 111(1):56.
G.G. Allan. 2014. Creativity and Engineers. Chemical Engineering Progress 110(2): 4-4
G.G. Allan. 2014. Everyone should enjoy their own creativity. Kenmore-Reporter (Jan): 3-4
G.G. Allan. 2014. Female engineers should get creative. Consulting-Specifying Engineer 110(2): 64-64
G.G. Allan. 2014. Future Senior Incontinence Products. Nonwovens Industry 45(3): 74-79
G.G. Allan, D.L.Bauer & W. HUang. 2013. The cellulose-based synthesis of photocatalytic cadmium sulfide semiconductor nanocrystals within microporous fibers for the generation of hydrogen from water and sunlight. Cellulose Chemistry & Technology 47(1-20): 63-70
G.G. Allan. 2013. Bang-Up Drug Delivery. Chemical & Engineering News 91(30): 4-4
G.G. Allan. 2013. Wet-hot chemistry. Chemistry World 10(3): 30-31
G.G. Allan, M.I. Shtilman, Yu. V. Korshak, P.S. Voskanyan, e. Tzatzarakis, I.O. Grigoriuk, N.Sh. Ormotsadze, and A.M. Tsatsakis. 2011. Phytoactive Polymers. Review Journal of Chemistry 1(3): 275-287