Cox has done self study of the chemistry for 14 years coupled with coursework from MIT and UIUC. He is the director of Green Science Research Foundation a Researcher at Green Science Corporation, committee member at the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) Educational Techniques Group. He has been published in many scientific mediums and a member of many RSC divisions and interest groups.


To make soil safer from the impurities created by industrial manufacturing a need to understand revegetation acting as soil amendment and neutralization by bacterial biomechanistic cycling. By doping a gradient partition collagen substrate with the impurities of the brownfield soil we created we created a small scale duplicate which allowed us to evaluate the propagation of the nitrogen cycle bacterium to estimate the the pattern for plant growth which was extrapolated to large scale.

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