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Professor Chris Rhodes

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Contributor since: 29 Sep 2011

Professor Chris Rhodes

Professor Chris Rhodes is a writer and researcher. He studied chemistry at Sussex University, earning both a B.Sc and a Doctoral degree (D.Phil.); rising to become the youngest professor of physical chemistry in the U.K. at the age of 34.
A prolific author, Chris has published more than 400 research and popular science articles (some in national newspapers: The Independent and The Daily Telegraph)
He has recently published his first novel, "University Shambles" was published in April 2009 (Melrose Books). http://universityshambles.com

Latest articles from Professor

  • Gap Oil, Not Peak Oil is the Problem

    Published 14 September 2010 | viewed 13,824 times

    Rising demand for oil will exceed the quantity of it that can be withdrawn from the earth, resulting in a supply-demand gap. Once production does…

  • Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) - Yay or Nay?

    Published 14 September 2010 | viewed 5,613 times

    A new paper (1) published in the prestigious American Chemical Society journal, Environmental Science and Technology, has put the cat among the pigeons over carbon…

  • Plans in Place to Take Australia Off Fossil Fuels by 2020

    Published 12 September 2010 | viewed 5,174 times

    I have just been sent a remarkable document entitled “Zero Carbon Australia Stationary Energy Plan.” As the title implies, within its pages is a proposal…

  • So, What Did Happen After the Chinese Oil-Spill?

    Published 09 September 2010 | viewed 8,279 times

    On the 16th of July, China experienced its first major oil-spill. The Chinese incident was also caused by an explosion (this time during the transfer…

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