Carbon capture and conversion must not rely on rare metals - The Conversation
GCCE PDRA Dr Katie Lamb speaks about sustainable catalysts for carbon capture as alternatives to rare metals.
ACU Blue Charter fellowship success
Green Chemistry first year PhD student Parul Johar has been awarded an ACU Blue Charter fellowship of £10,000.
UK-Brazilian approach to a global problem
As part of the UK-Brazil Year of Science and Innovation, Professor Michael North has written an article explaining how researchers in York and Brazil are working together to develop new methods to convert excess carbon dioxide into sustainable materials for battery technologies.
The green formula for education
The GCCE, in collaboration with the Department of Education, has created a book on green chemistry for secondary/high school children using a ‘students as partners’ approach.
GCCE student wins first place talk prize at Syngenta research conference
GCCE PhD Student James Shannon has won 1st Place Talk Prize at Syngenta Chemistry Collaborative Research Conference 2018.
Redefining solvent selection
A solvent selection guide developed in collaboration with researchers from York’s GCCE has been adopted by the ACS Green Chemistry Institute, a world leader in green chemistry education, as their recommended method of selecting more environmentally friendly solvents.
Green Impact award success
Teams from the Department of Chemistry won five Green Impact Awards at the most recent ceremony, celebrating the achievements of teams from across the University.
GCCE researchers win Yale-UNIDO ‘Tell a Story About Green Chemistry’ video competition
GCCE graduate students have won the Yale-UNIDO ‘Tell a Story About Green Chemistry’ video competition by showcasing the work of the Centre.