COLLABORATIONS

See presentations by leaders in green chemistry and toxicology: Green Chemistry and Environmental Health Sciences: Problems Meet Solutions,  a meeting held at the Beckman Center for the Academy of Sciences at U.C. Irvine in 2008.

How to grow an economy based on green chemistry?  Green Economic Innovation for the 21st Century: The Molecular Revolution a policy statement generated by Irvine participants.

AGC and EHS at the 2011 Green Chemistry and Engineering Annual Meeting: 21st Century Toxicology Tools
What makes a molecule biologically active? What dose sizes are relevant? What about chemical mixtures? AGC and Environmental Health Sciences hosted a special series of sessions to explore these issues and more at the Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference June 22 and 23rd, 2010 in Wash, DC.

Science Communication Fellows Program:
Environmental Health Sciences has established a highly competitive fellowship program that trains early career scientists how to translate and effectively communicate research – and its scientific and societal implications – to general audiences. The fellowship is unique in that it places researchers at the interface between science and journalism.. Advancing Green Chemistry is now partnering with EHS to include green chemistry fellows in this program.

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