Martyn studied Materials Science and specialised in glass and ceramics under Dr. John Parker and Prof. Michael Cable at The University of Sheffield where his final year dissertation looked at the corrosion of AZS refractories in fibre glass.
Martyn has over 30 years’ experience in the design, development and production of silicate and non-silicate glasses for both commercial and scientific use, working globally with glassmakers. He is proud to be a Fellow of the Society of Glass Technology and has written numerous scientific papers as well as presenting Glass Technology Services research at conferences all around the world.
Martyn has worked on innovative glass for use within the biomaterials sector, leading developments into new techniques for additive manufacture and creating continuously drawn bioresorbale phosphate glass fibres.
Martyn has also worked on numerous projects looking at the recycling sustainability and optimisation for glasses, most recently looking at the introduction of alternate raw materials to promote materials recovery, increased recycled content and promotion of the understanding of sustainability for glass.
Martyn Marshall's Publishings:
- Osseointegration of porous apatite-wollastonite and poly(lactic acid) composite structures created using 3D printing techniques
- Effects of alumina on the thermal processing of apatite-wollastonite: Changes in sintering, microstructure and crystallinity of compressed pellets
- Exploratory research in alternative raw material sources and reformulation for industrial soda-lime-silica glass batches
- Osteoinduction of 3D printed particulate and short-fibre reinforced composites produced using PLLA and apatite-wollastonite
- An ancient technology could help deliver decarbonisation
- Vitrification of an intermediate level Magnox sludge waste
- Sensitivity of novel silicate and borate-based glass structures on in vitro bioactivity and degradation behaviour
- Novel bioglasses for bone tissue repair and regeneration: Effect of glass design on sintering ability, ion release and biocompatibility
- Three-dimensional printing of porous load-bearing bioceramic scaffolds
- Design, selection and characterization of novel glasses and glass-ceramics for use in prosthetic applications
- Viscosity profiles of phosphate glasses through combined quasi-static and bob-in-cup methods
- Developing multifilament drawing facilities for phosphate glasses
- A fresh look at batch consumption
- Bioactive glass coatings on Al2O3-ZrO 2composite substrates by laser cladding for orthopaedic applications
- Studies on the crystallisation behaviour of erbium doped phosphate glasses
- Batch composition - The pursuit of reduced emissions
- The ultrasonic refining of glass
- Security tags may hinder recycling process
- Developing glass for high technology applications
- New approaches to the challenge of CRT recycling
- Reformulation of container glasses for environmental benefit through lower melting temperatures