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3rd International IUPAC Conference on Green Chemistry

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3rd International IUPAC Conference on Green Chemistry

Time: August 15, 2010 to August 18, 2010
Location: Ottawa, Canada
City/Town: Ottawa, Canada
Website or Map: http://www.icgc2010.ca
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Philip Jessop, Conference Chair, Queens University France Rochette, Conference Vice Chair, DuPont Canada, CJ Li, Scientific Program Chair, McGill University
Latest Activity: Aug 9, 2010

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Event Description

The Canadian Green Chemistry and Engineering Network (CGCEN) and the Chemical Institute of Canada (CIC) extend a warm invitation to researchers, educators, business representatives and policy experts from around the world to hear and share the latest advances in green chemistry. In keeping with the theme of the conference, "The Road to Greener Industry", industry researchers and representatives are particularly encouraged to attend.

Conference Topics
Benign synthesis (catalysis, solvents, reagents)
Green chemistry for energy production (hydrogen, fuel cell, greener energy production, fuels from biomass)
Chemicals from renewables (chemicals from biomass, waste plastics, waste CO2)
Green engineering (process intensification, energy savings, separations)
Education in green chemistry and engineering
Policy (corporate and government)

Plenary Lecturers
Paul Anastas, Yale University, USA
Brian Foody (IOGEN) (invited)
The Honourable John Gerretsen, Minister of the Environment, Ontario
Hans-Peter Meyer, Biotechnology Research and Development, Lonza AG, Switzerland
Bob Slater, Carleton University, Ontario, Coleman Bright & Associates, Canada
Peter Brenders, BIOTECanada

We encourage you to join us in Ottawa this August.

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