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Intellectual Ecology: Green Chemistry and Biomimicry

As the president of the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, as well as the non-profit Beyond Benign, John Warner is on the forefront of designing chemical products inspired by nature and designed to do no harm to people or the planet.

John Warner examines the toxic character of chemistry and reflects on his own path into the field of industrial chemistry and then asks why we don’t look to nature, the most brilliant chemist there is, for the chemical solutions to our modern problems.




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