Adam Hill is Assistant Professor of Chemistry at St. Lawrence University, where he teaches about the chemistry of metals. He received his Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from the University of California, Berkeley, and now studies artificial photosynthesis: developing man-made materials that mimic the behavior of plants. These materials use metal atoms to convert solar energy into chemical fuels.
Spring 2019 - Digital Photography for Portraits and Landscapes [S-19-14]
Spring 2015 - Fuel from the Sun: Solar Energy Conversion [S-15-29]