Professor Alán Aspuru-Guzik is featured this week in Chemical & Engineering News where he shares his thoughts on the future of the lab of the future.
A brief excerpt:
“You ask me why I’m doing this; it’s because the world has no time,” Aspuru-Guzik says. He points to rapid design techniques in industries such as automotive that rely on advanced materials and the urgency to confront climate change with new materials for storing sun and wind energy. “We have to enter the era of rapid prototyping in materials.”
Read the full article in Chemical & Engineering News.