Webinars & Videos
Sustainability Challenges of the Textiles, Dyeing and Finishing Industries: Opportunities for Innovation
March 30, 2017 @ 2:00pm ET
What new fibres and what novel dyeing and finishing techniques will the future hold? The field of chemical processing of textiles, which includes dyeing and finishing, is constantly evolving, with the primary objectives being to improve aesthetic and functional properties of textiles. Join Richard Blackburn from the University of Leeds as he discusses the techniques being scrutinized so that textiles become more efficient from the technical, economic and ecological perspective.
Celebrating 20 Years of the Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference.
Green Chemistry & Engineering Presentations
Watch over 100 recorded presentations from the 20th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference. Browse by session to find cutting edge science, industry case studies, and what's next in green chemistry education from the leaders in the field. Recorded June 14-16, 2016.
What's Your Green Chemistry?
Dive into this playlist featuring green chemistry enthusiast's answers to what their green chemistry is! Watch as these professors, students and industry enthusiasts illustrate how they implement green chemistry in their professions.
Watch the entire "What's Your Green Chemistry?" playlist on YouTube.
The 12 Principles of Green Chemistry Videos
Watch this set of 14 videos covering in detail the principles of green chemistry. Presented by Dr. David Constable and Dr. Richard Williams, these videos spend about 20 minutes on each principle, and were recorded during the 2013 Green Chemistry & Engineering Student Workshop.
Systems Thinking to Re-Imagine Chemistry
Peter Mahaffy (The King's University) and Alain Krief (IOCD) will explore their premise that “the practice and overarching mission of chemistry need a major overhaul to be fit for purpose in the 21st Century and beyond.” What can practicing chemists and chemistry educators do to help our profession embrace more of a systems perspective—and play a more meaningful and visible role in addressing multiple unfolding global challenges?
Recorded September 8, 2016
Endangered Elements: Critical Materials in the Supply Chain
Speakers: Dr. Roderick Eggert, Colorado School of Mining, Dr. Avtar Matharu, University of York, and Dr. Paul Chirik, Princeton University
Recorded: June 18, 2014
From Waste to Wealth Using Green Chemistry
Speakers: Dr. James Clark, Dr. Avtar Matharu, Dr. Andrew Hunt, and Lucie Pfaltzgraff, Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence, University of York
Recorded: March 6, 2014