Dr. Fulton received his PhD in 2019 from the University of Oregon in the groups of Darren Johnson and Jim Hutchison for work on group 13-based aqueous nanoscale clusters through the Center for Sustainable Materials Chemistry (CSMC). During his tenure, he published papers on a mineral dissolution approach of aluminum toward speciation. This dissolution approach was patented due to its scalability, aqueous chemical usage, and inexpensive material selection that potentially impacting current metal oxide thin film deposition techniques. As a Phil and Penny Knight research fellow, he gave a talk at the American Chemical Society Conference. This work served as a catalyst for his future in startups where LAMAR IoT is creating the future of connected devices with real-time condition-tracking sensors. These sensors leverage flexible electronics and sustainable materials, so they improve form factor design and are better for the environment.