Nanomaterial Design Guided by the Principles of Green Chemistry

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How can green chemistry be applied to nanotechnology to achieve the high performance needed for advanced applications while preventing or reducing health and environmental impacts? Join James Hutchison from the University of Oregon as he discusses the foundations for greener nanotechnology and presents a case study that uses nanomaterial product innovation guided by green chemistry.

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What You Will Learn

  • The opportunity to achieve a net environmental benefit by bringing together green chemistry with nanoscience
  • The role that green chemistry plays in designing high performance nanomaterials and efficient nanomaterial production
  • How green chemistry and nanoscience can be used together to develop innovative new products with environmental benefits

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James Hutchison
University of Oregon

Joe Fortunak
Howard University

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