Samuel I. Stupp, is a Board of Trustees Professor of Materials Science and Medicine at Northwestern University in Chicago, IL, he is best known for his work on supramolecular chemistry. One of his most notable discoveries is a broad class of peptide amphiphiles that self-assemble into high aspect ratio nanofibers with extensive applications in regenerative medicine, he has made significant contributions to the fields of supramolecular chemistry and organic electronic materials. He has over 300 peer-reviewed publications and was one of the 100 most cited chemists in the 2000-2010 decade. Stupp was born in Costa Rica, the son of Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe, he attended high school at Liceo de Costa Rica, in 1968 came to the United States to attend UCLA, where he graduated with a BS in chemistry in 1972. He subsequently went to Northwestern University and earned a PhD under Stephen Carr in 1977, studying the molecular origins of electrical polarization in polymers. Stupp began his independent research career in 1977 as an assistant professor at Northwestern University, but after three years moved to UIUC where he held appointments in Materials Science and Engineering and Bioengineering.
At UIUC his research focused on self-assembly. In 1999, Stupp returned to Northwestern University as a Board of Trustees Professor of Materials Science and Medicine. In 2000 he was appointed the Director of the newly formed Institute for BioNanotechnology in Medicine at Northwestern’s medical school campus in downtown Chicago. One of Stupp’s major discoveries occurred soon after his arrival at Northwestern. In 2001, Stupp and postdoctoral fellow Jeffrey Hartgerink discovered a new class of peptide amphiphiles with the ability to self-assemble into nanoscale filaments that mimic components of the extracellular matrix. Consisting of a hydrophobic alkyl tail grafted onto specially designed peptide sequences, these peptide amphiphiles spontaneously form high-aspect ratio nanofibers in water that can present high densities of biological signals on their surface; these molecules have revolutionized the field of bioactive materials for regenerative medicine, with potential applications in bone and cartilage regeneration, angiogenesis for ischemia or peripheral artery disease, cancer therapy, novel therapies for neurodegenerative diseases, stem cell differentiation, spinal cord injury and many other areas.
In addition, Stupp’s laboratory is pursuing fundamental research on hierarchical self-assembly, novel materials for solar energy, self-assembling catalytic systems. Stupp has published over 300 papers in respected peer-reviewed scientific journals such as Science, Journal of the American Chemical Society, PNAS, he holds over 20 patents, has started a company, Nanotope, to commercialize his group’s peptide amphiphile technology. Stupp was listed by Thomson Reuters as one of the top 100 most cited chemists of the 2000-2010 decade, he has mentored hundreds of graduate postdocs throughout the course of his career. Stupp has won numerous awards over the course of his career, including the Department of Energy Prize for Outstanding Scientific Accomplishment in Materials Chemistry, the Humboldt Award for Senior U. S. Scientists, the Materials Research Society Medal Award and the American Chemical Society Award in Polymer Chemistry, he is a fellow of several professional societies including the Materials Research Society, the World Biomaterials Congress, the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American Physical Society.
He holds an honorary degree and a distinguished professorship from the Eindhoven University of Technology and an honorary degree from the National University of Costa Rica. He has been a visiting professor at the University of Strasbourg and held the Juliot Curie Professorship at École Superieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles and the Merck-Karl Pfister Visiting Pressorship in Organic Chemistry at MIT, he has served on numerous scientific advisory boards in the US and Europe and is a member of multiple scientific journal editorial boards. Most on February 9, 2012, he was elected to the National Academy of Engineering. In 2001 he chaired the first review of the National Nanotechnology Initiative at the request of the White House Economic Council and the National Academy of Engineering, he gave one of the plenary lectures at the 2012 spring meeting of the American Chemical Society on the subject of “Chemistry for Regenerative Medicine”, was awarded the 2013 Ronald Breslow Award for Achievement in Biomimetic Chemistry by the ACS.
Stupp married Dévora Grynspan in 1972. They reside in Chicago, IL, his sister, Roxana Stupp resides in Chicago and works as the Director of the Disability Resource Center at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Http://stupp.northwestern.edu/ - Group research websitehttp://ibnam.northwestern.edu/ - The Institute for BioNanotechnology in Medicine, of which Stupp is the Director
Por amar sin ley is a Mexican telenovela produced by José Alberto Castro that premiered on Las Estrellas on 12 February 2018. It is a remake of a 2016 Colombian telenovela La ley del corazón; the telenovela revolves around the personal life and work of a group of lawyers belonging to a prestigious law firm. Executive producer José Alberto Castro has said that he does not know if he will carry out a third season of the telenovela, but he left open all the elements to continue it if Televisa decides to do it later. On 7 February 2020, producer José Alberto Castro confirmed that the series had been renewed for a third season; the series follows the life of a group of lawyers who work for the firm Vega y Asociados founded by Alonso Vega. The main characters are Alejandra and Carlos. After the police imprison Carlos for the death of a prostitute, Alejandra begins to work for Vega y Asociados and begins to be attracted to Ricardo, but Carlos, after seeing this, decides to do everything possible to separate them together with the help of Elena.
On the other hand, are Victoria and Roberto, Roberto tries to seduce her, but she refuses to fall into his game, Benjamín and Leticia, two ambitious lawyers who are lovers, Olivia, madly in love with Leonardo, but he only has eyes for his work, who after a bad decision ends his marriage, Juan López, a lawyer who admires the firm Vega y Asociados and wishes to obtain a position in that law firm. Ana Brenda Contreras as Alejandra Ponce, she is a lawyer in family cases. David Zepeda as Ricardo Bustamante, Elena's ex-husband. Julián Gil as Carlos Ibarra, he is a prestigious lawyer. José María Torre Hütt as Roberto Morelli, he is an attorney lawyer of Vega y Asociado. Sergio Basañez as Gustavo Soto, is a lawyer for Asociados. Altair Jarabo as Victoria Escalante, lawyer of Vega y Asociados, she has an interest in Roberto, but does not show it. Guillermo García Cantú as Alonso Vega, he is the owner of the law firm Vega y Asociados. Pablo Valentín as Benjamín Acosta, ambitious lawyer of the company Vega Y Asociado.
Ilithya Manzanilla as Olivia Suárez, she is a dedicated lawyer in cases of family abuse. Geraldine Bazán as Elena Fernández, ex-wife of Ricardo. Moisés Arizmendi as Alan Páez, Carlos cousin. Manuel Balbi as Leonardo Morán, lawyer of Vega y Asociado. Víctor García as Juan López, independent lawyer who starts working for Vega y Asociados. Eva Cedeño as Leticia Jara, junior lawyer of Vega y Asociado, Benjamin's lover. Azela Robinson as Paula Ortega, Alejandra's mother. Roberto Ballesteros as Alejandra's father. Leticia Perdigón as Susana López, Juan's mother. Issabela Camil as Isabel, Gustavo's wife. Arlette Pacheco as Carmen, secretary of Vega y Asociados. Magda Karina as Sonia, prosecutor of the public ministry. Nataly Umaña as Tatiana, she is Patricia Linares friend. Lourdes Munguía as Lourdes, she is the best friend of Paula. Polly as Alicia, she is the best friend of Paula. Daniela Álvarez as Fer, neighbor of Juan and Susana, help Juan to do research. Kimberly Dos Ramos as Sofía Alcocer Marco Méndez as Javier Rivas Axel Ricco as El Ciego Alejandra García as Lorena Fuentes Mar Zamora as Nancy Muñoz Julio Vallado as Manuel Durán Mauricio Rousselon as Raúl Marc Clotet as Adrián Carballo Alejandro Tommasi as Nicolás Karina Ancira Elías Campo as El Chivo Diego Val as El Cuervo Lucía Silva as Michelle The start of production began on 6 November 2017, concluded in May 2018.
On 10 May 2018, Univision revealed through its upfront for the 2018-19 television season that the series renewed for a second season. The second season premiered on 3 March 2019. Filming for the second season commenced on 11 June 2018. Notes Por amar sin ley on IMDb