The Green Chemistry Innovation Portal: Connecting to Excellence in Innovation

Monday, October 26, 2015 |  1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT

 

REGISTER NOW

 

Brand_Avatar_with title-200px.pngThe Green Chemistry & Commerce Council and the ACS Green Chemistry Institute® have partnered to create a new online platform for green chemistry professionals to share information and collaborate on research and innovative technologies. The Green Chemistry Innovation Portal is a free resource created to connect and grow the green chemistry community, exchange resources and information, and facilitate collaborations. Join us for this webinar to learn about the Portal—its features and how to use it—and to hear perspectives from academia and industry on the value of the Portal for advancing green chemistry innovation.

 

Speakers:


Tom Mckeag.jpgTOM MCKEAG


Mckeag co-teaches the Greener Solutions course, a project-based collaboration between an interdisciplinary team of graduate students and select companies to develop more sustainable alternates to current products. He is also an adjunct professor at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco and teaches “Bio-Werks”, an investigative studio in the Industrial Design Department. He was a Fulbright-Nehru Senior Scholar at the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore, India, 2013-2014.



 

JOHN FRAZIERFrazier_Headshot-small.jpg


John Frazier served as the Senior Director of Chemistry for Nike, where he sought to deliver more from less by focusing on closed loops, greener chemistry, climate stability, water stewardship, and thriving communities. His duties included the development, deployment, and oversight for a variety of sustainability and product stewardship programs for the company. These included the Restricted Substance list (RSL) and Sustainable Chemistry Guidance, the Global Water Quality Program, and the Green/Healthier Chemistry Program at Nike. Mr. Frazier has over 20 years of experience, serving product engines in aerospace and athletic footwear, apparel and equipment, as well as environmental programs, through materials and process engineering and chemistry applications. He frequently provided supply chain training and presented at chemistry and water symposia, raising the environmental awareness of consumers, industry, students and young scientists.

 

Anna Ivanova.jpgANNA IVANOVA


Anna Ivanova is a green chemist at the Green Chemistry & Commerce Council, where she works to advance the adoption of green chemistry in industry with projects such as the Green Chemistry Innovation Portal and the GC3 Innovators Internship. She earned her M.Sc. in chemistry from Carnegie Mellon University, where she worked with the DOE National Energy Technology Lab on ionic liquids for carbon capture applications, and her B.Sc. in chemistry is from Caltech. Anna has worked in labs at Caltech, Carnegie Mellon, MIT, and University of Oregon on projects related to green and sustainable chemistry. Anna previously directed communications for NESSE, the Network of Early-Career Sustainable Scientists and Engineers.

 

 

 

“The Nexus Blog” is a sister publication of “The Nexus” newsletter. To sign up for the newsletter, please email gci@acs.org, or if you have an ACS ID, login to your email preferences and select “The Nexus” to subscribe.

 

To read other posts, go to Green Chemistry: The Nexus Blog home.