Dr. Joaquín Rodríguez López

Episode 17 Electrochemistry

How can we use chemistry to make an impact on climate change? Can we reduce carbon dioxide and make it a new fuel? You can find out on this week’s episode of the ChemTalk podcast, where hosts Roxanne Salkeld and Olivia Lambertson interview Dr. Joaquín Rodríguez-López, Associate Professor of Chemistry at the University of Illinois. Dr. Rodríguez-López speaks about the broad applications of electrochemistry (including reduction of carbon dioxide), diversity, and pushing the boundaries of chemistry. We hope you enjoy! If you would like to know more about Dr. Joaquín Rodríguez-López you can check out his research, Twitter, or reach him by email at

Where to listen: