Water Researcher Wednesday: Dr. Marc Anderson

Dr. Marc Anderson’s Water Chemistry Program is concerned with the fabrication and application of microporous ceramic materials that are synthesized using sol-gel methods. These high surface area materials can be made to be conducting, semiconducting, or insulating and are then used as catalysts, photocatalysts, ultracapacitors, batteries, fuel cells, gas and liquid filters, high-temperature gas phase reactors, adsorbents, coatings, etc. His team has now had more than 25 issued patents related to these materials and their applications.

– James Starzec

Water Docs: Marc Anderson

About The Water Council

The Water Council, the only organization of its kind in the United States, was established in 2009 by Milwaukee-area businesses, education and government leaders. With more than 150 water technology companies in the Milwaukee area, the region’s water industry is a $10.5 billion dollar market and accounts for four percent of the world’s total water business. The non-profit organization is linking together global water technology companies, innovative water entrepreneurs, acclaimed academic research programs and, most importantly, some of the nation’s brightest and most energetic professionals. The Water Council is capturing the attention of the world and transforming the Milwaukee region into a World Water Hub for freshwater research, economic development and education. The Water Council is located in the Global Water Center at 247 W. Freshwater Way, Suite 500, Milwaukee, WI 53204.
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