Interview with Eva Harth

Photograph of Eva HarthEva Harth talks to Marie Cote about chemistry as a way of expression, nanosponge technology and her love of colour and structures

What inspired you to become a scientist?
I always wanted to find out how things really worked and I was first interested in animals. Later on I became interested in more biological questions; I bought books on how cells and plants function. I found that chemistry is a very creative way of expression – artists can make paintings but chemists can make compounds, which is also a way to express yourself. It’s always novel and nearly never repetitive in a way. This is what I liked about it…

Read the full interview for free in Highlights in Chemical Biology

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