Dr A Wood
Tiffany is a member of the following School research institute and research areas:
Tiffany works with companies to help them adopt innovative technologies developed within the Soft Matter and Biological Physics Research Group.
She continues to work closely with colleagues in the Edinburgh Complex Fluids Partnership (www.edinburghcomplexfluids.com), a knowledge exchange unit within the Soft Matter and Biological Physics group at the Institute of Condensed Matter and Complex Systems at the University of Edinburgh. Tiffany co-founded the Edinburgh Complex Fluids Partnership in 2012 and was Director between 2016-2020. ECFP provides consultancy, contract and collaborative research in formulation science, processing and product characterization and works with companies from a wide range of industries including the pharamaceutical, cosmetic, food and drink and agrochemical sectors. During the REF period 2014-2020, ECFP worked with around 50 companies.
Tiffany's academic research interests are in the self assembly of colloids through anisotropic solvents such as liquid crystals. She held a Royal Society Industry Fellowship between 2015-2019 during which she collaborated with The Mentholatum Company Ltd.
Tiffany has featured in the following recent School news stories:
- Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 229, p. 54-60
- Fast Diffusion Reaction in the Composition and Morphology of Coprecipitated Carbonates and Nitrates of Copper(II), Magnesium(II), and Zinc(II) DOI, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 54, 5, p. 1555-1563
- PPCJ Polymers Paint Colour Journal, 205, 4604, p. 46-47