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Green challenges: student perspectives from the 2004 ACS-PRF Summer School on Green Chemistry

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Participants in the American Chemical Society-Petroleum Research Fund (ACS-PRF) Summer School on Green Chemistry discuss the topics covered and lessons learned during the week-long summer school held July 31 through August 7, 2004, at Carnegie Mellon University. An outline of the program is accompanied by a discussion of the challenges and needs of the field of green chemistry as seen by the participants. These include further education of the public as well as members of the scientific community, thorough research and rigorous publication standards, and the formation of a cooperative and collaborative group of researchers.

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Submitted
01 Feb 2005
Accepted
21 Apr 2005
First published
13 May 2005

Green Chem., 2005,7, 403-407
Article type
News

Green challenges: student perspectives from the 2004 ACS-PRF Summer School on Green Chemistry

S. Bektesevic, J. C. Beier, L. Chen, N. Eghbali, S. King, G. Levitin, G. Mehta, R. J. Mullins, J. L. Reiner, R. Weikel, S. Xie and E. Gunn, Green Chem., 2005, 7, 403
DOI: 10.1039/B501692B

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