Green Chemistry New Zealand 2017

  • Author/Organiser: Centre for Green Chemical Science (CGCS), The University of Auckland
  • Event Website: http://www.greenchemistry.science.auckland.ac.nz/
  • Event Date: 08 December 2017 to 09 December 2017
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Venue: Auckland, New Zealand

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Green Chemical Science is the use of chemical principles, science and technology to advance society in ways that are benign to the environment and sustainable for the foreseeable future. Green Chemical Science often involves studies in catalysis, synthesis, toxicology, analytical methodology, materials science, and biochemistry to tackle global issues and problems that impact on sustainability.


The event will feature contributions covering different aspects of green and sustainable chemical science and technology.


Selected Speakers

  • Professor Philip Jessop, Queen’s University, Canada
  • A/Prof. Ning Yan, National University of Singapore, Singapore
  • Dr Lauren Heine, Executive Director, Northwest Green Chemistry, USA
  • Dr Justin Chalker, Flinders University, Australia
  • A/Prof. Michael Oelgemoeller, James Cook University, Australia
  • Dr Kei Saito, Monash University, Australia
  • A/Prof. Jason Harper, University of New South Wales, Australia


Organizing Committee

  • Dr Jack Chen: Auckland University of Technology
  • Dr Vladimir Golovko: University of Canterbury
  • A/Prof. Justin Hodgkiss: Victoria University of Wellington
  • Dr Ivanhoe Leung: The University of Auckland (Co-Chair)
  • Mrs Anoma Ratnayake: The University of Auckland
  • Dr Laura Raymond: Scion
  • Dr Karyne Rogers: GNS Science
  • A/Prof. Jonathan Sperry: The University of Auckland (Co-Chair)
  • Prof. James Wright: The University of Auckland (Director, CGCS)

 

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