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 held a Royal Society Industry Fellowship between 2015-2019 during which she developed the Dispersions Arrested in Nematic (DAIN) technology in aqueous and non-aqueous solvents which has various beneficial attributes for the formulation industry.
In 2012, Tiffany co-founded the Edinburgh Complex Fluids Partnership, a knowledge exchange unit within the Soft Matter and Biological Physics group at the Institute of Condensed Matter and Complex Systems, with Professor Wilson Poon 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 and turned over ~£0.5M/year.
Tiffany has featured in the following recent School news stories:
- Rheologica acta
- Journal of rheology, 65, 6, p. 1297-1310
- World Intellectual Property Organisation
- Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 229, p. 54-60