Division of Green and Sustainable Chemistry

Caparica, 11 June 2018

The Faculty of Sciences and Technology (FCT NOVA), of Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, is pleased to invite you to the International Launch Event of the KET4F-Gas Project, on June 11th at FCT NOVA, Campus of Caparica, Portugal.
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4th EuChemS Congress on Green and Sustainable Chemistry (EuGSC)

It is our pleasure to announce that the location of the 4th EuGSC will be Tarragona, Spain. Chair of the 4th EuGSC will be Prof. Arjan Kleij from the Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies (ICREA), Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia (ICIQ), The Barcelona Institute of Science & Technology. The date has been confirmed as 22-25th September 2019 and further details will follow.


EuChemS Provides Input to Preparation of Horizon 2020 Working Programme

EuChemS has recently submitted its response to the stakeholder consultation on the R&I Strategy under Horizon 2020 for Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Biotechnology, and Advanced Manufacturing and Processing (NMBP).The aim of this consultation is to identify research priorities that will be taken in consideration by the European Commission when developing the strategy of the 2018-2020 Work Programme for Horizon 2020.

NMBP  focuses  on  bringing  technologies  closer  to  application s  and  the  markets,  notably  by  supporting  pilot  lines  and  demonstration  activities. In this way, it addresses EU industrial policy goals as well as several societal  challenges.



Call for proposals for Green and Sustainable Chemistry Challenge

Contest by Elsevier Foundation and chemistry journals offers €75K in prizes for innovative solutions to challenges in developing countries



The Green Chemistry & Commerce Council (GC3) Webinars

The GC3 Education Group organized a series of webinars with expert speakers and developed this into an online introductory green chemistry curriculum.



Green and Sustainable Chemistry – New Chair

EuChemS would like to welcome Prof. Nicholas Gathergood as the new President of the Division of Green and Sustainable Chemistry.