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Issues of Sustainability in Laboratories Outside the Field of Chemistry: Pipette Tips

By David Djenic, Member-at-Large for the GCI

As a biochemistry student in the Green Chemistry Initiative, I’m interested in looking at how to implement the principles of green chemistry in molecular biology and biochemistry labs. 523 more words

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An article of the group elected as cover in a special issue on Flow Chemistry

A paper on the Reformatsky and Blaise reaction in Flow in collaboration with JANSSEN, S.A. has been published in a special issue of Green Chemsitry on Flow chemistry and has been elected as the cover of the issue.

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Green Mathematics

Going green is a becoming mantra among individuals and the corporate. This has given rise to initiatives such as minimalist living and in the extreme living off the grid. 382 more words

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Opening of the GSK Carbon Neutral Laboratory

Throughout Monday 27th February 2017 there were a number of events to mark the historic opening of the GSK Carbon Neutral Laboratory (CNL). The day began with a tour of the facility for all the attendees, with an explanation of the buildings innovations that will help achieve carbon neutrality within… 627 more words

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Taking Concrete Steps to CO2 Sequestration

By Annabelle Wong, Member-at-Large for the GCI

With heightened concerns on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in recent years, scientists and engineers have come up with some innovative solutions to mitigate carbon dioxide emissions. 804 more words

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