The 14th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference will be held in Washington D.C. by the ACS Green Chemistry Institute on June 23-25. This year’s theme will be “Innovation and Application,” and you can expect the sessions to discuss how the industry can adhere to the 12 principles of green chemistry.
Keynote speakers will include the popular environmentalist, entrepreneur and author Paul Hawken and Nobel laureate Dr. Robert Grubbs.
Sessions include Toxicology: Environmental Fate and Effects, Technologies for the Green Toolbox, Lifecycle Analysis and Green Metrics, and many others. The conference will also include poster presentations, daily keynote talks and workshops. Advancing Green Chemistry will also be holding a special set of sessions on 21st Century Toxicology: What Every Chemist Should Know.
There are registration discounts available for students and faculty, but the conference is open to everyone. Will you be able to make it? Let us know — we’d love to hear your thoughts on the conference. Not able to attend? Check back, we will provide after conference updates.