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First prize winner Prajwal Rabhindari, President of the Research Institute for Bioscience & Biotechnology (RIBB) in Nepal, and second prize winner Dr. Alessio Adamiano, a researcher at the Italian National Research Council (CNR), pose with their awards.
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Winners of the 2018 Elsevier Foundation Green and Sustainable Chemistry Challenge address food security challenges From the peaks of Nepal to the shores of Senegal, different communities face similar issues of food security. To face global challenges and empower the […]

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Industry leaders weigh in on the future of green and sustainable chemistry and how to tell the public about it Green chemistry. Sustainable chemistry. These terms have penetrated rhetoric about the future of an industry that has catalyzed product innovation […]

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Winning projects use bioresources to combat mosquito borne diseases in Brazil and oil-polluted land in Nigeria Berlin, May 17, 2017 Chemistry solutions that tap native plants, such as cashew nuts, to tackle mosquito borne diseases through environmentally friendly insecticides and […]

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€75.000 awarded to innovative projects in health & sanitation and bioremediation of polluted soil The winners of the 2017 Elsevier Foundation Green and Sustainable Chemistry Challenge are first-prize winner (at right) Dênis Pires de Lima, PhD, a professor at Federal […]

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Researchers show that using a biopesticide can be safer and more effective than traditional pesticides Rice is an important crop in Malaysia, yet the indiscriminate use of pesticides has caused health problems for many farmers. Meanwhile, almost half of them […]