A new initiative, Scialog: Negative Emissions Science has been created by the Research Corporation for Science Advancement. The initiative brings together 50 early-career scientists whose focus will be the challenge of greenhouse gases in the Earth’s atmosphere and making the technologies for a global scale.
Assistant Professor, David Kwabi, has been selected as one of the 50 early-career scientists to take part in the initiative. Kwabi’s research currently focuses on CO2 capture and storage, energy storage materials, solar energy conversion, organic batteries, renewable energy, and more.
The initiative will be hosting their first conference on November 5-6, 2020 where participants form teams to design cutting-edge research projects, then pitch to leading scientists who have facilitated discussions throughout the meeting.
To learn more about Assistant Professor David Kwabi and his research visit his website here.