Tuesday Oct 11, 2022
Episode 27: Dr. Barney Grubbs discusses the significance of depolymerizable polymers in sustainable materials
Dr. Barney Grubbs discusses with Jacob the importance of controllably degradable polymers and their significance in improving material sustainability. Dr. Grubbs also talks about his academic journey, taking us all around the United States as he shares his exciting research!
The Grubbs research group investigates questions addressing the common ground shared by polymer, organic, and materials chemistry. Guided by physics, theory, and engineering, they design, synthesize, and characterize polymer materials.
Any questions for Alicia and Jacob? They would love for you to reach out! Contact them at: PolymerSciencePodcast@gmail.com
Grubbs Research Group: https://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/chemistry/faculty/_faculty-profiles/grubbs-barney
Link to paper* (Amine-Catalyzed Chain Polymerization of Ethyl Glyoxylate from Alcohol and Thiol Initiators): https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acsmacrolett.0c00865
*If you cannot access the linked journal article, contact Dr. Grubbs via email to politely ask for a copy of the paper -->firstname.lastname@example.org
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