News

Green Chemistry Graduate becomes Vice Chancellor
March 2018
Prof Egid Mubofu, who obtained his PhD in the GCCE, has become Vice Chancellor at the University of Dodoma in Tanzania.


North Sea water and recycled metal combined to help reduce global warming
December 2017
Scientists in the GCCE have used sea water and scrap metal to develop a technology that could capture unwanted carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.


Javier Remon Nunez Awarded Thesis and Teaching Prizes
July 2017
GCCE postdoctoral researcher, Dr Javier Remon Nunez, has been awarded prizes for his thesis and teaching innovation.


York chemistry PhD student awarded SCI Scholarship
July 2017
Anna Zhenova, PhD student in the GCCE, has been awarded an SCI scholarship of £5,000 over two years to support her studies in green chemistry.

Bio-based Solvent Awarded Prestigious International Award
June 2017
A bio-based solvent developed in the GCCE has been awarded a prestigious international award for innovation.

Launch of the International Sustainable Chemistry Collaborative Centre (ISC3)
May 2017
Professor James Clark attended the ceremony in Berlin and gave presentations on the Future of ISC3.

RSC Re-Accredits MSc in Green Chemistry and Sustainable Industrial Technologies
April 2017
The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) has re-accredited the Department of Chemistry’s undergraduate chemistry programmes and Green Chemistry MSc.