Chemistry can be a force for good in tackling China’s pollution, says Mark Peplow.
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This supramolecular chemist uses molecular assemblies to purify water and develop clean energy catalysts.
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This spectroscopist probes catalysts to accelerate the world’s transition to clean energy.
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As researchers develop efficient molecular fuels, they continue to wrestle with the fundamentals of how their machines work.
TESTIMONIALS“As an editor and reporter, Mark Peplow is fast, accurate, and versatile. He covers science policy and pure research with equal passion, and his writing combines a scientist’s precision with a journalist’s verve.” Tim Appenzeller
Former Chief Magazine Editor at Nature, now News Editor at Science
"Mark guided me through some of the most challenging stories I've written. These are pieces I might not have attempted were it not for his steady editorial hand." Linda Nordling
Freelance Journalist, South Africa
“Working with Mark is never anything other than a pleasure. He is the kind of editor that writers hope for: able to identify what needs fixing and what doesn’t, bringing to bear a wealth of knowledge, always clear, prompt and easy to talk with. Much of that comes from being a splendid writer himself.”
Freelance Science Writer