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Zach Baum

Information Scientist, CAS

Zach Baum is an information scientist at CAS. He earned his Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry in 2018 from The Ohio State University, where he studied organometallic chemistry and the electronic structures of low-dimensional materials.

Latest Content from Zach Baum

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February 8, 2022

A greener future: Lithium-ion batteries and Hydrogen fuel cells

In the ongoing pursuit of greener energy sources, lithium-ion batteries and hydrogen fuel cells are two technologies that are in the middle of research boons and growing public interest. Read this blog to learn more about the promises and challenges of these technologies.

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December 21, 2021

The next growth wave: lithium-ion battery recycling technologies

Find out more about lithium-ion battery recycling processes, emerging trends and global challenges.

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October 26, 2021

Emerging trends in targeting "undruggable" RAS proteins for cancer treatment

It is estimated that one in five human cancers involve RAS mutations. Although once considered undruggable, this blog looks at recent advances in RAS inhibitors and emerging therapies.

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September 29, 2021

Exploring machine learning in chemistry: trends and opportunities

Learn about the growth and barriers of artificial intelligence (AI) and learning algorithms within the field of chemistry.

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July 21, 2021

The Science Behind Performance-Enhancing Drugs

Performance enhancing drugs are constantly scrutinized, tracked, and tested for by the International Olympic Committee, US Anti-Doping Agency and World Anti-Doping Agency. This blog will provide details on some common performance enhancing drugs and measures to detect them.