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Green Chemistry for postgraduates

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JournalEducación Química
DatePublished - Mar 2013
Issue numberSPL.ISSUE1
Number of pages6
Pages (from-to)150-155
Original languageEnglish


(Química verde para posgraduados) The multidisciplinary nature of Green Chemistry is recognised worldwide as a route to the development of chemical products and processes with lower environmental impact. Green chemistry and sustainability have had a profound effect on the way industry wish to be perceived. To promote uptake of green and sustainable methodologies amongst the chemical and chemical-using industries requires the exemplification of green chemistry in education and training material to influence and inspire the next generation of scientists. Herein, we examine important aspect of successful graduate green chemistry courses and how the skills gained from such studies can open doors to careers in a wide cross section of chemistry related industries.

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  • Career, Courses, Graduate, Green Chemistry, Multidisciplinary, Transferrable skills

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