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Integrating Research for a Greener, Cleaner World: Clive Randall

July 08, 2020 The American Ceramic Society Episode 3
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Integrating Research for a Greener, Cleaner World: Clive Randall
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Integrating Research for a Greener, Cleaner World: Clive Randall
Jul 08, 2020 Episode 3
The American Ceramic Society

Materials research is about more than technical impact—it’s about having a human impact as well. Director of the Materials Research Institute at The Pennsylvania State University Clive Randall discusses the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration between scientific fields, his work on cold sintering, and his experience as a first-generation college student.

View the transcript for this episode here.

About the guest
Clive Randall is director of the Materials Research Institute at The Pennsylvania State University, which encourages a culture of strong collaborations across disciplines. A first-generation college student, Randall looks to emphasize the human impact of materials research and how it helps improve people's lives. He is co-chair of the ACerS Humanitarian Activities Network and led creation of a video on the topic of waterborne diseases and low-cost ceramic water filters that is suitable for all educational levels.

About ACerS
Founded in 1898, The American Ceramic Society is the leading professional membership organization for ceramic and materials scientists, engineers, researchers, manufacturers, plant personnel, educators, and students.

Show Notes

Materials research is about more than technical impact—it’s about having a human impact as well. Director of the Materials Research Institute at The Pennsylvania State University Clive Randall discusses the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration between scientific fields, his work on cold sintering, and his experience as a first-generation college student.

View the transcript for this episode here.

About the guest
Clive Randall is director of the Materials Research Institute at The Pennsylvania State University, which encourages a culture of strong collaborations across disciplines. A first-generation college student, Randall looks to emphasize the human impact of materials research and how it helps improve people's lives. He is co-chair of the ACerS Humanitarian Activities Network and led creation of a video on the topic of waterborne diseases and low-cost ceramic water filters that is suitable for all educational levels.

About ACerS
Founded in 1898, The American Ceramic Society is the leading professional membership organization for ceramic and materials scientists, engineers, researchers, manufacturers, plant personnel, educators, and students.