clean technology

My family instilled in me a sense of duty. Marrying the notion of science and community service drove me in the direction of applied science rather than pure science, and ultimately got me thinking about science in service to society. Asking the big questions. That’s how I became interested in inventing clean technology to produce metal in a manner that will replace the energy intensive and pollution intensive technologies that we use today, and then looking at things like all electric vehicles and the batteries that would power them, and then grid-level storage which is probably the toughest problem of all because it has the combination of the most demanding performance requirements and the lowest price points.