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Let’s Talk Drugs: greenReactions Public Dialogue @ Café Scientifique


On Wednesday 3rd of June four early career researchers from the University of York drew the story of pharmaceuticals, from discovery, through manufacturing, resistance and the downstream economical and environmental effects. 1,412 more words

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The Green Nanotechnology Revolution

When we talk about sustainability in chemistry, one thing we have to think about is how the chemicals we use in our experiments may affect the environment. 994 more words


The Green way or The Highway

Our guest blogger today is Ashleigh Grinham. She is a chemistry student at Rhodes University.

How many of you look at the label of products before you put them on your skin?   1,748 more words

Predoctoral grant with the University of Torino

Possible pre-doctoral grant in collaboration with the University of Torino (Italy). Students could perform the project in both Universities. Good level of English is mandatory. The student will be integrated in the group of Prof. 21 more words

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Wilmington Art Show Features 42 Magnificent Bird Photos

(Below, shared with permission, is an article from Environmental Health News written by Douglas Fischer.)

WILMINGTON, MA — “Birds of a Feather,” an art show celebrating the unique partnership between John Warner, founder of the field of green chemistry, and Pete Myers, a leading researcher in the field of environmental health and endocrine disruption (and founder and chief scientist of Environmental Health Sciences, publisher of EnvironmentalHealthNews.org and DailyClimate.org) has launched. 547 more words


Green Chemistry Event Coming In November

LANSING — The seventh annual Michigan Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference will be held Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 3 and 4, at the University of Michigan’s North Campus Research Complex. 972 more words


Book chapter on the application of Microwave Irradiation in Green Chemistry

Our contributions in the field of Green Chemistry using microwave irradaition and the applications of computational calculations in this field have been published in The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry.

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