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John Warner was born on 25 October, 1962 in Quincy, Massachusetts, United States. Discover John Warner’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 58 years old?
Former United States Senator
|Age||58 years old|
|Born||25 October 1962|
|Birthplace||Quincy, Massachusetts, United States|
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John Warner Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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Trivia of John Warner
- John Warner was born on 25 October 1962 in Quincy, Massachusetts, United States.
- He is not dating anyone.
- We don’t have much information about He’s past relationship and any previous engaged.
- According to our Database, He has no children.He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19.
- John Warner’s income source is mostly from being a successful .
- He is from United States.
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Timeline of John Warner
Warner has more recently presented a series of lectures at industrial and academic campuses throughout the country on the importance and legacy of green chemistry, titled The Missing Elements. Warner will release a book based on these presentations in 2018, his first since the publication of Green Chemistry: Theory and Practice exactly twenty years prior.
Committed to educating the public on green chemistry, Warner has spoken as keynote and plenary speaker for numerous green chemistry and sustainability conferences. Aside from awards for his work in the field, he was selected (with Anastas) as a “Top 40 Power Player” by ICIS in 2008, and as an Utne Reader “visionary” in 2011.
Warner left Lowell in 2007 to co-found, with investment firm executive Jim Babcock, the Warner-Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, and, with his wife Amy Cannon, Beyond Benign, a nonprofit organization for green chemistry education.
Warner first articulated the concept of Non-Covalent Derivatization (NCD) at a conference in 1997, but he employed this concept in practice as early as 1988. He initially devised this method as a solution to a common engineering problem that hydroquinone (HQ), an essential developer in Polaroid instant photography, is not readily soluble in water. HQ is desired in more modern applications for its potency as a reducing agent, and until Warner, this problem was typically addressed by traditional chemical synthesis, or modifying a target material by attaching various functional groups via covalent bonds, also referred to as “covalent derivatization.” Inspired by phenomena he observed in nature, Warner proposed NCD as an alternative means of modifying a target material, not via covalent bonds, but innate intermolecular forces.
In 1996, Warner returned to academia to work at University of Massachusetts Boston, where he served as tenured full professor as well as chair of the department of chemistry from 2001 to 2003. It was also there that he established the world’s first Ph.D. program in Green Chemistry. Amy Cannon, whom he later married, was the program’s first graduate and the first person ever to receive a Ph.D. in the field of Green Chemistry. He then moved to University of Massachusetts Lowell, where he established and directed the Center for Green Chemistry from 2004 to 2007.
Green Chemistry: Theory and Practice did not invent the term green chemistry, which was coined in the early 1990s, but it was notable because it helped to define the motives and a common mission in the developing field. Within a few years after the book was released, the number of papers and patents published that included the term green chemistry increased steadily. As of 2015, the book has been translated in fifteen different languages.
After college, Warner attended graduate school under Edward C. Taylor at Princeton University, where his group helped synthesize pemetrexed (brand name Alimta), one of the most powerful anti-cancer drugs for solid tumors. Warner received his M.S. in 1986 and his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry in 1988.
Anastas and Warner both attended Quincy High School, where Warner was most well-known, not as a chemist, but as a musician. There, he played in the marching band and the jazz band, and was voted class musician. No one in Warner’s family at the time had attended university, and most of them worked as tradespeople, but Warner ultimately decided to attend University of Massachusetts Boston, where Anastas also matriculated, as a music major. Warner worked in construction full-time to pay his own tuition throughout college. He played in a successful band called the Elements until the death of drummer James “Opie” Neil, at which point Warner became more much involved in his then-elective chemistry classes. He began doing research in the laboratory of Jean-Pierre Anselme, where Anastas also worked, and this ultimately inspired him to switch majors. He published five papers as an undergraduate by the time he was twenty years old. Warner graduated alongside Anastas, receiving his B.S. in Chemistry in 1984.
John C. Warner (born October 25, 1962) is an American chemist, educator, and entrepreneur, best known as one of the founders of the field of green chemistry. Warner worked in industry for nearly a decade as a researcher at Polaroid Corporation, before moving to academia where he worked in various positions at University of Massachusetts Boston and Lowell. Warner is Co-founder, President, and Chief Technology Officer at the Warner-Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, as well as Co-Founder and President of Beyond Benign. He is the recipient of the 2014 Perkin Medal, widely acknowledged as the highest honor in American industrial chemistry.