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Engineering Global Warming

Dr. Ernesto Hernandez, University of Nottingham Malaysia

27-Jun-16 14:00

Engineering Global Warming

As our earth heats up more and more each day, solutions are being searched for in every corner. Combining his engineering skills with his passion for humanity, Dr. Ernesto Hernandez, associate professor in the department of chemical and environmental engineering, offers a new spin on tackling global warming: Bio-inspired Chemical Engineering. What is this and how will it help? He joins us to discuss how he plans to engineer the global warming phenomenon for the better of humanity.


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Tags:  Earth Mattersglobal warmingenvironmental engineeringBio-inspired Chemical Engineeringclimate changegreenhouse gas emissionsenergyEnvironment/Sustainability


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