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3rd International Symposium on Green Processing  in the
Pharmaceutical and Fine Chemical Industries

University of Massachusetts Boston
Boston, MA, USA
September 30 - October 1, 2010
with the UMass Boston Office of International and Transnational Affairs

Program                Home              Presentations

Thank you to our sponsors:
ACS GCI Pharmaceutical Roundtable       Johnson & Johnson 
AstraZeneca     Newry Corp         Biogen Idec         Novasep
Boehringer Ingelheim       Penn A Kem      BoroPharm, Inc      Pfizer
CLEA Technologies        Sepracor      Codexis        Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry
Cubist Pharmaceuticals          Zeon Corporation         Eisai Inc.    

Thank you to our media partners:
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
Massachusetts Biotechnology Council
Green Chemistry & Commerce Council

Thank you for a successful symposium! 

Feedback on the symposium:
UMass  Boston Hosts International Symposium on Green Chemistry
Greening Up Process Chemistry in Chemical & Engineering News
Mettler Toledo blog on the symposium

Keynote Speakers:
Paul T. Anastas, Ph.D., Assistant Administrator,
Office of Research & Development, US EPA

Roger A. Sheldon, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus,
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

John C. Warner, Ph.D., President and Chief Technology Officer
Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, USA

Symposium Organizers                                                                     
Berkeley (Buzz) W. Cue, Jr., Ph.D.
Chao-Jun (CJ) Li, Ph.D.

Julie B. Manley,CHMM
Wei Zhang, Ph.D.

Ø   Create breakthrough innovations with green chemistry that have the potential to revolutionize the pharmaceutical and fine chemical industries
Share successes and opportunities to challenge ourselves to achieve greener process design.
Implement green chemistry solutions through the supply chain

Focus Areas                                                
Green organic synthesis
Biotransformations and biological drug processing
Enabling technology platforms
Green chemistry for affordable medicine


"I was somewhat humbled to be among the extraordinarily high caliber of speakers and from which I gained very useful information."

"This is the best Green Chemistry conference that I have attended."

"In my view this has been an excellent opportunity for networking and benchmarking."

For more information on past symposia, see the final program from the 2nd International Symposium on Green Processing in the Pharmaceutical & Fine Chemical Industries

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