Patrick Dwyer is a graduate from the University of Calgary Department of Chemistry. His undergraduate honors project and master’s studies focused on synthesizing novel inorganic-organic materials for gas capture and separation which he helped co-author a scientific paper with his research group. During his studies, he has presented at Canadian Society of Chemistry (CSC) and Carbon Capture Initiative (CCI) conferences with his work.
He has also worked as a research consultant for a technology startup developing, characterizing, and deploying nanomaterial biomarkers. As a research associate at Isotopes Canada, Patrick is helping by utilizing his experience as a chemist to communicate to clients the advantages of our tracer technologies as well helping as required in the lab and field.
When Patrick is outside the lab, he enjoys spending his time in the mountains, climbing, biking, skiing, and volunteering.