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Green chemistry conferences feature CEBC director

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

CEBC Director Bala Subramaniam has become highly involved in the Gordon Research Conference on Green Chemistry. At the 2014 meeting in Hong Kong, he delivered a keynote lecture, “Resource-Efficient Catalytic Technologies for Renewable Chemicals.” Subramaniam will serve as vice-chair for the 2016 conference July 31 - August 5 in Stowe, Vermont. He will then chair the 2018 conference.

The conferences feature recent green processes implemented on an industrial scale, emphasize academic-industrial collaboration, and examine future green chemical challenges. The sessions are chaired and selected by recognized global leaders in the oil and gas industry, biomass processing, the polymer industry, comestibles, the pharmaceutical industry, green energy, and education and communication.



CEBC Calendar

September 13, Wednesday - Mandatory Lab Safety Meeting
All researchers at 1501 Wakarusa Dr. must attend

9:00 a.m. in Building B seminar room

September 19, Tuesday - CEBC Colloquium
Dr. David Sholl, Chair of Georgia Tech School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
"New Nanoporous Materials for Practical Applications Using Computation Modeling - How Close Is the Dream to Reality?"

9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m., 1501 Wakarusa Drive, Building B seminar room
10:00 a.m. discussion with students

October 16 & 17, Monday & Tuesday - CEBC Fall Industry Advisory Board Meeting
Registration is Open - click here!

Monday 12:00-7:30 p.m. at the Adams Alumni Center, 1266 Oread Avenue, Lawrence
Tuesday 8:30-noon at the CEBC Complex, 1501 Wakarusa Drive, Lawrence

November 7, Tuesday - CEBC Industry Colloquium
Dr. Brandon Emme, Cellulose Team Leader, ICM, Inc.
"Title TBA"

9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m., 1501 Wakarusa Drive, Building B seminar room
10:00 a.m. discussion with students

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