Ocean reactions: why we should care about ocean chemistry
20 October, 5:00 pm
Discussion | Chemistry, Environment & Nature
The phrase ocean chemistry might make you think of pollution. Yet the field of ocean chemistry is a massive expanse, from climate change and animal behaviour to pharmaceuticals and electric cars. An international panel of ocean chemists will tell you all about cutting-edge research and explore the potential impacts of their findings. Hosted by Incredible Oceans’ marine biologist and octopus enthusiast Russell Arnott.
Supported by the Royal Society of Chemistry
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