Introduction to Solid State Chemistry at MIT
Take a seat for Professor Donald Sadoway's "Introduction to Solid State Chemistry" at MIT.
Donald Sadoway is the current John F. Elliott Professor of Materials Chemistry at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. A faculty member in the Department of Materials Science Engineering, he is a noted expert on batteries and has done significant research on how to improve the performance and longevity of portable power sources. In parallel, he is an expert on the extraction of metals from their ores and the inventor of molten oxide electrolysis, which has the potential to produce crude steel without the use of carbon reductant, thereby totally eliminating greenhouse gas emissions.
In brief, Professor Sadoway is one of the many amazing professors in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Harvard and MIT play a large part in making Cambridge what it is. It is remarkable to reflect on how much creativity and learning are happening each and every day in Cambridge.