Ana L. Moore

“Professor Anna Moore is a really outstanding synthetic chemist but what really distinguishes her I think is she uses her talents to develop system, practical systems, not just for the synthetic challenges themselves, and I think to that extent, the research that has come out of the Arizona State University group is really leading the way as far as developing synthetic systems that can convert solar energy, donor accepted complexes, and I think Anna Moore has really provided some of the synthetic underpinnings for this really, really outstanding work.”

Gary Brudvig
Eugene Higgins Professor of Chemistry at Yale University
Professor of Micro Biophysics and Biochemistry
Depute Director of the Yale Climate Institute

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