Using Electrocatalysts To Find New Uses For Captured CO2
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I am a Rutgers student-athlete on the women's tennis team, and a chemical engineering major aspiring to go into the fields of R&D, consulting or investment banking. My interest in these fields stems from my interest in problem solving, particularly in the areas of energy, biotechnology, efficiency of processes, and data analysis.

                       

Using Electrocatalysts To Find New Uses For Captured CO2

Earth’s ecology has been transformed by humans at an alarming rate and will worsen as the world population continues to expand and as limited natural resources are depleted. These realities are guaranteed — only the degree is debated. The transition to sustainable (non-petroleum) chemical feedstocks, fuels, and manufacturing is an essential part of restoring the natural balance to Earth’s ecology. However, this is a daunting task technologically, economically, and in terms of public perception. One indication of this imbalance is...

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