Tom is the former executive director of the UC Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry and now serves as senior advisor. He currently sits on the advisory committees of the Green Chemistry Teaching and Learning Community (GCTLC) of Beyond Benign, and the UC Berkeley Botanical Garden. Tom is a founding editor of Zygote Quarterly magazine (http://zqjournal.org). and was the Biomimicry Column writer at Greenbiz.com, 2009-2015. He taught the BioWerks studio course in Industrial Design at the California College of the Arts, SF, 2006-2015, and in 2013-2014, and he was a resident Fulbright Nehru senior scholar at the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore, India. He is the author of Green Chemistry in Practice: Greener Material and Chemical Innovation through Collaboration, published by Elsevier (ISBN: 9780128196748).
McKeag, T.A. (2023) Green chemistry in practice: greener material and chemical innovation through collaboration. Elsevier.
McKeag, T. A. (2022). Polymerization in nature yields clues to innovation in additive manufacturing. In Biomimicry for Materials, Design and Habitats (pp. 337-365). Elsevier.
McKeag, T. A. (2017). Shaping the Future of Additive Manufacturing: Twelve Themes from Bio-Inspired Design and Green Chemistry. Tools for Green Chemistry, Volume 10, 10.
Eggermont, M., & McKeag, T. (2016). ZYGOTE QUARTERLY: A FREE ONLINE JOURNAL ABOUT BIOMIMICRY, BIO‐INSPIRED DESIGN, AND ENGINEERING. INSIGHT, 19(1), 50-52.
McKeag, T. (2011). SURFING FOR FREE: Optimizing Thermodynamic Pathways for Innovative Solutions. Biomimicry in Higher Education Webinar, 22.
Hoeller, N., Salustri, F., DeLuca, D., Zari, M. P., Love, M., McKeag, T., ... & Sopchak, L. (2007, June). Patterns from nature. In Proceedings of the SEM Annual Conference and Exposition on Experimental and Applied Mechanics (Vol. 3, pp. 14-81).