Posts tagged Sustainable chemistry

On Tuesday 20th March 2018, Dr Jiaguang Zhang chaired the ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering Lectureship Awards 2018: Symposium in honor of Ning ‘Yan in New Orleans. 

Speakers at the symposium were:

  • Prof. Jeremy Luterbacher (EPFL)
  • Prof. Shinya Furukawa (Hokkaido University)
  • Prof. Phillip Christopher (UCSB)
  • Prof. Ji Chul Jung (Myongji University)
  • Prof. Letian Dou (Purdue University)
  • Prof. Xiaonan Wang (National University of Singapore)
  • an awardee Prof. Ning Yan (National University of Singapore) presented nice talks. Attached please find a photo with the speakers.
ACS meeting
(Right) Dr Jiaguan Zhang and Dr Stefan Wutke, School of Chemistry, University of Lincoln with fellow guests

Senior Lecturer at the School of Chemistry, Dr Sara Kyne, recently attended the Joint NSFC-RSC Symposium on Sustainable Chemistry and Processes, Beijing, China.

The symposium saw leading researchers from China and the UK in sustainable chemistry brought together share their expertise and best practice and discuss cutting edge research and applications.

Dr Kyne was invited to deliver a talk on sustainable catalytic methodologies.
A delegate of particular note was Sir Professor Martyn Poliakoff, who was presented with the Lord Lewis Prize and delivering the Lord Lewis Lecture. The event was also attended by the President of the RSC, Sir Professor John Holman.
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