Claude Legault and Audrey Moores, two members of the CGCC, have each received a CNC-IUPAC travel award for 2016 >> Click here for more details
Xavier Ottenwaelder, Fréderic-Georges Fontaine and Robin Rogers, three members of the CGCC, have been interviewed by Le Devoir for their special issue on research >> Click here to read the articles
The research in green chemistry of Professor and CGCC member Frédéric Fontaine (Université Laval) has been selected by the journal Québec Science as one of Top 10 discoveries of 2015. >> Click here to read the article (in French only)
Professor and CGCC member Joelle Pelletier (Université de Montréal) gave a talk on green chemistry at Collège de Maisonneuve.
Professor and CGCC member Audrey Moores (McGill University) gave an interview at the radio show Les Années Lumières. The title of the episode is: Le biodégradable mis à sac: La persistance du plastique. >> Click here to listen to the episode(in French only).
Professor and CGCC member Audrey Moores (McGill University) received an award from the FRQNT program for outside Quebec exchanges for professors. She will spend two months in the laboratory of Bruce Koel at Princeton University where she will study the structure and composition of magnetic nanoparticles as well as their interactions with organic matter.
Professor and CGCC member Hélène Lebel (Université de Montréal) participated in La journée des chercheurs de l’institut de l’environnement, du développement durable et de l’économie circulaire (EDDEC) at École Polytechnique where she presented the CGCC and answered questions from students on green chemistry.
CGCC member, Professor Frédéric-Georges Fontaine’s work (Université Laval) on an highly effective method for converting CO2 into methanol, which can be used as a low-emission fuel for vehicules, has been featured in Science Daily.
Our CGCC is renewed for 6 additional years! Through the generous support of FRQNT, we are witnessing another success story of Quebec universities joining forces to create a thriving research platform whose common goal is the advancement of green chemistry and catalysis. CGCC promises to continue to proudly serve its students, researchers and professionals along
CGCC Member, Professor Willliam Lubell (UdeM) has added to his Molecules of Life’s web site two new video capsules on the carbon footprint and how to have fun with carbon. The Molecules of Life Project aims to introduce chemistry within elementary schools by providing a curriculum built around important chemicals that are essential for life