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Tao Large

Tao Large

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Tao Large is a PhD candidate in inorganic chemistry. His research focuses on catalysis and electron transfer in bioinorganic copper-dioxygen systems using a combination of low-temperature biomimetic self-assembly with spectroscopy and experimentally-calibrated computational modeling. His previous research ranged from water splitting and CO/CO2 interconversion by soil bacteria to applied genetics and enzyme engineering in agricultural biotechnology and clinical proteomics. He serves as a mentor and CFO of the Future Advancers of Science and Technology (FAST) program, pairing students at under-resourced high schools with graduate student mentors for year-long projects in STEM, and on the executive teams of Mythos Biotechnology Fund and Stanford Splash.