Northeast Regional Meeting

Green/Environmental Chemistry


DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Binghamton
Carlton Room A

Green/Environmental Chemistry

G. W. Ruger, Organizer
N. O'Neil, L. J. Tucker, Organizers, Presiding

1:00 Introductory Remarks.

1:10 366. Engaging high school teachers in green chemistry. L.J. Tucker, A. Klotz

1:35 367. Making the case for green chemistry in NY High Schools. V. O'Donnell, M. Clayton, K. Anderson

2:00 368. How can we make analytical labs greener? M. Dilip

2:25 369. Green Chemistry at New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I). C.J. Ruffing, K. Winnebeck

2:50 370. Network of early-career sustainable scientists & engineers. N. O'Neil

3:15 371. LOCNOC (Low Cost No Cost) systems and technologies for use by global masses to treat their own water. S. Shukla, A. Shukla

3:40 372. Bio-inspired poly (amic) acid nanostructured membranes as smart food packaging materials. I. Yazgan

4:05 374. Photochemical synthesis and biological applications of anisotropic gold nanoparticles. F.J. Osonga, I. Yazgan, O.A. Sadik


4:30 375. Environmentally benign synthesis of vinyl ester resin (VER) and its fabrication for anti-flammable VER composites from glycerin bio-waste. P. Shah, N. Kim, Y. Lee