Imperial College London

Dr Rob Law

Faculty of Natural SciencesDepartment of Chemistry

Professor of Biological Materials
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 5860r.law Website

 
 
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Location

 

205, RCS1ChemistrySouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Summary

After finishing my Ph.D. at the University of Strathclyde on solid state NMR of crosslinked polymers with Prof. D.C. Sherrington and Prof C.E. Snape I started a STA-Royal Society Fellowship in Japan. In Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan I worked with with Prof. I. Ando and afterwards I worked with Prof. Y. Sasanuma (now at the University of Chiba) at the National Institute of Materials & Chemicals, Tsukuba. After completing this fellowship in Sept. 1996, I returned to the UK and worked for a short while at University of Manchester with Dr. F. Heatley on solid state NMR of biodegradable polymers. I was appointed as a lecturer in the Dept. of Chemistry, Imperial College London in 1997. Here I have successfully established an inter-disciplinary research centre for solid state NMR. I currently collaborate with the Dept of Materials, Chemical Engineering and Cell and Molecular Biology.

Publications

Journals

Elani Y, Law R, Ces O, Vesicle-based artificial cells: recent developments and prospects for drug delivery, Therapeutic Delivery, ISSN:2041-6008

Henry J, Chen X, Law RV, et al., 2018, The investigation of the crystalline phases development in Macor glass ceramic, Journal of the European Ceramic Society, Vol:38, ISSN:0955-2219, Pages:245-251

Trantidou T, Friddin M, Elani Y, et al., 2017, Engineering Compartmentalized Biomimetic Micro- and Nanocontainers, Acs Nano, Vol:11, ISSN:1936-0851, Pages:6549-6565

Conference

Friddin MS, Bolognesi G, Elani Y, et al., Optical tweezers to assemble 2D and 3D droplet interface bilayer networks from cell-sized droplets, EMBL Microfluidics

Friddin MS, Bolognesi G, Elani Y, et al., The optical assembly of bilayer networks from cell-sized droplets for synthetic biology, Systems and Synthetic Biology

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