John Hassard is Reader in Physics with particular interest in heavy quark decays. He is involved in the D0 experiment in Fermilab (www.fnal.gov).
He has interests in energy issues, and has worked on policy and technologies of nuclear power and the proliferation of nuclear weapons.
Hassard founded the tidal power company HydroVenturi Ltd (www.hydroventuri.com) and is non-executive Chairman.
He also has interest in applications of particle physics in biotechnology: see www.deltadot.com
Hassard is interested in environmental matters and has developed an advanced air pollution analysis system: see www.gusto-systems.com for details.
et al., 2006, Grid based analysis of air pollution data, Ecological Modelling, Vol:194, ISSN:0304-3800, Pages:274-286
Hassard J, Advances in Molecular Imaging, British Society of Mass Spectroscopists, Royal Society of Chemistry
et al., Distributed biosensors in genetically modified crop trial monitoring., the 3rd UK e-Science All-Hands Conference
Hassard S, Baxter A, Hassard J, 2006, Advances in the Imaging of Biomolecules: The Label Free Intrinsic Imaging Approach, Advances in the Imaging of Biomolecules: The Label Free Intrinsic Imaging Approach, London, Drug Discovery World
et al., 2002, Economic instruments for the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions, Economic instruments for the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions, Royal Society
LHCb, Collaboration, 2002, LHCb inner tracker : technical design report, CERN-LHCC, 2002-029, Geneva, CERN
Hassard J, Rochester G, Pullen K, 2003, Apparatus for extracting power from a fluid flow., US, EU, Japan, 09/719145
Hassard J, Hassard S, Mainwood A, 2003, Molecular Imaging, US, EU, Japan, 6,613,210