communicating the breadth & depth of chemistry’s impact on humankind
See Our Newest Film:
Direct Air Capture & The Future of Climate Change
with Christopher Jones, Georgia Institute of Technology
Global climate change is one of the most important challenges of our time, and chemists and chemical engineers are at the forefront of this effort. One especially promising technology is Direct Air Capture.
See Our First Two Films:
Under The Skin
with Zhenan Bao, Stanford University
Stanford chemical engineers have created a synthetic skin that can stretch like rubber, carry electricity, and self-heal. Working with chemical bonds, Zhenan Bao’s lab has chemically developed an entirely new class of synthetic polymers in order to create a highly functional replication of human skin.