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Meredith Doyle is a member of the bioenergy science and technology directorate at NREL. She serves on the leadership team as the chief operating officer for the Bio-Optimized Technologies to keep Thermoplastics out of Landfills and the Environment (BOTTLE™) Consortium, which is funded by the U.S. Department of Energy Advanced Manufacturing Technologies Office and Bioenergy Technologies Office and by industry organizations. Meredith’s main job functions are managing and ensuring alignment of resources to BOTTLE project deliverables and enabling progression toward commercial viability of technologies developed by the BOTTLE program. 

Research Interests

Polymer upcycling

Inorganic chemistry and catalysis

Electronic materials

Analytical chemistry

Advanced manufacturing

Diversity, equity, and inclusion

Professional Experience

Senior Research Chemist, Corporate Research Lab, 3M, 2010–2014

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, Corporate Research Lab, 3M, 2014–2016

Technical Manager, Corporate Research Lab, 3M, 2016–2021

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Chemistry, Ohio University

PhD, Physical Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley


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