Joining us in this episode to discuss microplastics and nanoplastics is Andrew Mayes. Andrew is an Associate Professor of Chemistry at the University of East Anglia where he analyzes and identifies microplastic contamination at a chemical level.
Andrew has spent much of his career producing polymer micro and nanoparticles for various analytical applications. Using his skills in environmental analysis, he has been able to shift his focus on researching the growing problem of microplastic and nanoplastic pollution – and what we can do to stop it.
Jump into the conversation and you’ll learn:
Microplastic pollution is still a fairly new problem, and researchers like Andrew are redefining the way the scientific community views this issue as a whole. Tune in now to discover his unique approach to this emerging environmental challenge!
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