UL’s Dr. Craig Rowlands To Speak At The 22nd Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference

4:25 pm

UL Senior Scientist Dr. Craig Rowlands will be speaking at the 22nd Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference in Portland, Oregon on June 20, 2018. Join Craig as he discusses the Application of Read-Across to the Design of Green(er) Chemicals.

Full details of the presentation can be found below:Craig Rowlands

Speaker: Dr. Craig Rowlands, UL Senior Scientist
Topic: Application of Read-Across to the Design of Green(er) Chemicals
Location: Hilton Portland Downtown Galleria North
Date: Wednesday 20th June 2018
Time: 16:25

We look forward to seeing you in Portland!

About the 22nd Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference

Location: Portland, Oregon
Date: June 18 – June 20, 2018

The Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference (GC&E) has been a meeting ground for advancing sustainable science and solutions since 1996. Hosted by the American Chemical Society’s Green Chemistry Institute, powered by leading thinkers in the field, and supported by many companies and organizations, the 22nd annual event will be will be held in Portland, Oregon on Monday June 18 to Wednesday June 20, 2018.

GC&E brings a unique mix of participants—approximately 35% industry, 28% academia, 15% university students, 7% government, 9% NGOs/NPOs. The mix and size of the conference—just over 500 participants—has been noted by many attendees as ‘perfect for networking’.

Sessions range across the many areas of green chemistry and engineering, from organic synthesis to nanomaterials, and with sessions focused on different industries as well as education.

Since 2016, the conference has been thematically tracking the chemical life cycle — from design to making to use to closing the loop. In 2018, it will be focusing on the use phase – connecting greener chemistries to the innovative products they enable.

You can download the final conference program here.


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