In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Joanna Sadler, a Chancellor’s Fellow at the University of Edinburgh. With a Ph.D. in biocatalysis and organic chemistry, Dr. Sadler joins us to share her thoughts on plastic degradation, up-cycling, fungus and bacteria, and more…
Dr. Sadler has always thought about science from a chemical perspective and is particularly interested in how we can make industrial chemicals in a more sustainable way. This curiosity has blossomed into up-cycling post-consumer waste to be used in other industrial chemicals – amongst other intriguing research.
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Click play to discover:
- The importance of making industrial chemicals more sustainably.
- What up-cycling is, and how it contributes to the manufacturing of new materials.
- How fungus and bacteria can degrade and up-cycle plastic.
Could this approach to chemistry mitigate the harmful environmental impacts of chemical pollution? Find out for yourself by listening now!
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Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C
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