Session: ACS Presidential Green Chemistry Symposium

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Session:   Thursday, 17 May 2007: 1:50 PM-4:50 PM

209 (Pfahler Hall)

ACS Presidential Green Chemistry Symposium

Abstract:   The Green Chemistry Symposium will emphasize taking green chemistry out of the laboratory and into successful practice by industry in profitable, commercial application. The four forty minute presentations will exemplify that green chemistry is a successful route to profitable commercial technical innovation and that it is no longer just a concept demonstrated in the laboratory. In order to take green chemistry out of the laboratory and into innovative commercial use, chemists and chemical engineers will have to work together in a synergistic collaboration.

Merck Green Chemistry Roundtable, Rohm & Haas Co

Organizers:

David Hughes
Steve Maroldo

Presiders:

Steve Maroldo
David Hughes

1:50 PMSustainable Chemistries: Environmentally Friendly and Economically Viable

Catherine T. Hunt

2:30 PMCO2: A Green and Renewable Feedstock and Process Aid

Philip Jessop

3:10 PMBreak
3:30 PMGreen Engineering and Green Chemistry: Working Together for a Sustainable Future

David R. Shonnard

4:10 PMDevelopment of a Green Manufacturing Process for JANUVIA though Innovation and Collaboration

Shane Krska