Giving New Life to Materials for Energy, the Environment and Medicine
This talk will address the possibilities Engineering Biology provides for working with a larger toolkit of materials to tailor properties in devices for energy, environmental remediation, and cancer diagnostics and treatment.
The Joseph Priestley Award recipient is chosen by a different science department each year. The Department of Chemistry has selected this year’s recipient. The event is supported by the College’s Priestley Fund and is sponsored by the Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues and co-sponsored by the departments of biology, chemistry, earth sciences, environmental studies, mathematics & computer science, psychology, and physics & astronomy and the Churchill Fund. It is part of the Clarke Forum’s Leadership in an Age of Uncertainty Series.
engineering biology, energy, environmental remediation, cancer
Astrophysics and Astronomy | Biology | Chemistry | Computer Sciences | Earth Sciences | Environmental Sciences | Mathematics | Physics | Psychology
Belcher, Angela. "Giving New Life to Materials for Energy, the Environment and Medicine." Ensemble video, 01:29:53. September 27, 2018.