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Subject: [DCHAS-L] Call for Papers – 20th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference
Date: Fri, 29 Jan 2016 08:04:46 -0500
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Call for Papers " 20th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference


Join us! Celebrate the 20th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference, hosted by the ACS Green Chemistry InstituteŚ®, in the eco-green city of Portland, Oregon this June 14-16, 2016.

With three days of programming, the longest running annual green chemistry conference invites students, scientists, industry leaders, advocates, and other key decision-makers to learn, share, and design the green innovations of tomorrow.

Featuring 30 technical sessions, a poster session, keynotes lectures, the GC&E Student Workshop, the 6th Annual ACS GCI Roundtable Poster Reception, and the Green Expo, this milestone 20th edition is sure to be our greatest yet. Looking forward to seeing you in Portland!

Symposia Topics:

Curriculum & Education (3 Sessions)
Design Of Next Generation Catalysis (3 Sessions)
Designing Greener Chemistry Approaches To Chemical Manufacturing Processes (3 Sessions)
Designing More Sustainable Products (4 Sessions)
Designing Safer Chemicals (3 Sessions)
Green Chemistry For Society And Markets (2 Sessions)
Moving Towards More Sustainable Chemical Building Blocks (4 Sessions)
State Of The Art Green Chemistry And Engineering (General Session)
Sustainable Materials (3 Sessions)
Synthetic Design In Green Chemistry (6 Sessions)
Tools, Metrics And Strategies For Green Chemistry (1 Session)
Poster Session

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