Advancing the Current Research in the Green Chemistry for Sustainable Development

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OMICS Group takes pleasure in inviting the scientific community across the globe to attend the International Summit on Past and Present Research systems of Green Chemistry during August 25-27, 2014 at Philadelphia, USA with a motto to advance the research in this field worldwide.

Keynote address by Prof. Madeleine M. Joullie, University of Pennsylvania, USA on “Stretching Boundaries: Biosynthetic pathways to Novel antifouling agents”.

Green Chemistry-2014 will address sustainable developments in the area of Physical Chemistry, organic chemistry, while laying emphasis on novel methodologies in physical and applied chemistry. This Green Chemistry will be the best venue for academicians, researchers and interested parties to discuss proposals and most sound issues related to eco-friendly chemical processes.

Prominent personalities in the field of Green Chemistry that are delivering Keynote address during this International Scientific Meeting include Prof. Madeleine M. Joullie, University of Pennsylvania, USA on “Stretching Boundaries: Biosynthetic pathways to Novel antifouling agents.” Prof. Tatsuya Nabeshima, University of Tsukuba, Japan would be the second keynote speaker addressing on “Fluorescent Dipyrrin-Typical-element Complexes Responding to External Stimuli.” Other Eminent Speakers that are part of Green Chemistry-2014 include Moinuddin Sarkar, AEE-CT Chapter, USA, Lothar Brecker, University of Vienna, Austria, Steven J Langford, Monash University School of Chemistry, Australia, and Carlos A M Afonso, University of Lisbon, Portugal.

The other reputed speakers that are part of the two day session include Jon D. Stewart, Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Florida, USA, Steven J. Langford, Professor of Organic Chemistry, Monash University, Australia, William Nelson, Adjunct Professor of Chemistry Roger Adams Laboratory, University of Illinois, USA, Shouheng Sun, Professor, Department of Chemistry, Brown University, USA, Moinuddin Sarker, Vice President of Research & Development, Natural State Research, USA.

Several International Workshops and symposia that are part of Green Chemistry-2014 is expected to evoke audience participation and interaction. Dequan Xiao, University of New Haven, USA holds a workshop on “Toward the Inverse Molecular Design of Green Catalysts.” Ramiz A. Boulos representing Finders University, Australia organizes another workshop on “Insights from Computer Modeling for Drug Discovery.”

OMICS Publishing Group publishes 400 online open access journals in clinical, medical, life sciences including management, engineering, technology, and pharmaceutical fields with an aim to provide healthcare information free from the copyright barriers by organizing over 300 International Scientific Conferences across the globe annually. OMICS Group enjoys the support of a strong 30,000 members in the editorial team with a readership of 3.5 million. OMICS Group collaborated with more than 1000 scientific associations and institutions worldwide to promote information on healthcare worldwide through ‘Open Access’ forum.

Important tracks that are part of this scientific meeting include Basic Principles and New Trends in Green Chemistry, Green Chemistry-Chemical Applications from Laboratories to Industries, Green Synthesis-Designing the Starting Materials, The Role of Catalysts, Green Chemical Solvents, Green Metrics and Measurements, New Paradigms for Non Toxic By-Products, Organic Synthesis in Different States, Industrial Applications of Green Chemistry, Analytical Methodologies, Sustainability and Environmental Safety, Green Chemistry and Engineering.

For tentative program of Green Chemistry-2014 please click here.

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