Stuart Pivar, BS

Stuart Pivar, BS

Over his long career, Stuart Pivar has been a chemist, chemical engineer and inventor. Pivar is currently Chairman and Chief Scientific Officer of Chem-Tainer Industries, which he founded in 1959. Chem-Tainer is a pioneer in the production of rotationally molded plastic chemical containment vessels, a manufacturing process based on Pivar’s own patent. In 1980 Pivar founded the New York Academy of Art, where he is currently Chairman Emeritus. Pivar’s close friendship with the late Stephen Jay Gould in the 1990s nurtured an abiding interest in the biological sciences. This interest led to the establishment of Protease Inhibitor Labs at SUNY, Stony Brook (1995-1999), the Regenerative Medicine Labs (therapeutic cloning, 1998-2002), and The Human Blueprint Project (1998 to present). Pivar is the author of several books and peer-reviewed scientific papers in the field of evolutionary biology.


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