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Professor Martyn Dade-Robertson

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Department: Architecture and Built Environment

Martyn Dade-Robertson

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  • A numerical bio-geotechnical model of pressure-responsive Microbially-Induced Calcium Carbonate Precipitation, Wang, J., Mitrani, H., Wipat, A., Moreland, P., Haystead, J., Zhang, M., Dade-Robertson, M. 28 Mar 2024, In: Applied Sciences
  • Biogenic Construction, Gilmour, K., Haystead, J., Karimian, A., Moreland, P., Wang, J., Arnandottin, T., Christgen, B., Rodrigues Corral, J., Guyet, A., Zhang, M., Wipat, A., Mitrani, H., Dade-Robertson, M., Sharma Ghimire, P., Wright, J., James, P., Mwebaza, D., Theodoridoua, M., Bruno, A., Bridgens, B., Sherry, A., Ozkan, D., Agraviador, A., Perry, O., Bagga, M., Alex, A., Hamley-Bennett, C., Justo-Reinoso, I., Gebhard, S., Paine, K., Masoero, E., Ofiteru, I., Wang, C., Eiriksdottir, S., Savas, E., Jones, E., De Nardi, C., Harbottle , M., Reitzer, P., New, R., Bryan, S., Mol, L., Campbell, O., Gilbert, O., Gudnadottir, B., Cuzman, O., Peritto, B. 20 Mar 2024
  • Biological, physical and morphological factors for the programming of a novel microbial hygromorphic material, Birch, E., Bridgens, B., Zhang, M., Dade-Robertson, M. 1 May 2024, In: Bioinspiration and Biomimetics
  • Editorial: Biological fabrication beyond tissue engineering, Dade-Robertson, M., Gobbo, P., Gorochowski, T., Nguyen, P., Zhang, M. 26 Jun 2024, In: Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology
  • Effect of (in)organic additives on microbially induced calcium carbonate precipitation, Haystead, J., Gilmour, K., Sherry, A., Dade-Robertson, M., Zhang, M. 1 Jan 2024, In: Journal of Applied Microbiology
  • Engineered Living Fabrication: Combining hardware, wetware and software for the non-entropic guided growth of microbial cellulose, Dade-Robertson, M., Arnardottir, T., Gilmour, K., Loh, J., Lee, S., Zhang, M. 1 Apr 2024, Habits of the Anthropocene: Scarcity and Abundance in a Post-Material Economy, Acadia Publishing Company
  • Microbially induced calcium carbonate precipitation through CO2 sequestration via an engineered bacillus subtilis, Zhang, M., Gilmour, K., Sharma Ghimire, P., Wright, J., Haystead, J., Dade-Robertson, M., James, P. 10 Jun 2024, In: Microbial Cell Factories
  • Silicon-infused bacterial cellulose: in situ bioprocessing for tailored strength and surface characteristics, Greenhope, P., Loh, J., Gilmour, K., Zhang, M., Haworth, L., Xie, M., Dade-Robertson, M., Jiang, Y. 2 Jul 2024, In: Cellulose
  • Space Architecture, Biotechnology, and Parametric Processes: Component design through assembly, growth, and fabrication parameters in an iterative feedback loop, Brandic Lipinska, M., Dade-Robertson, M., Zhang, M. 1 Apr 2024, Habits of the Anthropocene: Scarcity and Abundance in a Post-Material Economy, Acadia Publishing Company
  • Theory and design in the first biotechnical age: A schematic understanding of Bio Design and Synthetic Biology practice, Dade-Robertson, M. 10 Jul 2024, In: The Design Journal

  • Architecture MPhil October 28 2022
  • Science MSc October 30 2015
  • Architecture PhD October 30 2015
  • Architecture BA (Hons) June 30 2000


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