Queen’s University Belfast
Chemistry has been taught at Queen’s University Belfast since 1845 and training in Green Chemistry at QUB started soon after publication of the 12 principles. In the School of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering our commitment to applying green chemistry and furthering sustainability is stronger than ever; it forms one of the two pillars of our research focus, is the backbone running through our undergraduate teaching programs and is the focus of our newest postgraduate taught Masters in Net Zero Engineering.
Chemistry B.S., Chemistry M.S., Chemistry, Ph.D., MSc in Net Zero Engineering.
Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Green Chemistry stand-alone course, Faculty Research, Student Research, Student Chapter/Club Activities and/or Outreach.
We aim to include green chemistry and sustainability across all levels of our chemistry programs. The School of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering QUB is committed to leading the drive towards a greener & more sustainable future through our undergraduate and postgraduate training, and our partnerships with industry, government and academia.
P. T. Anastas and J. C. Warner: Green Chemistry Theory and Practice, Oxford University Press, 2000.
M. Lancaster: Green Chemistry: an Introductory Text, RSC Paperbacks, 2002.
R.A. Sheldon and I. Arends: Green Chemistry and Catalysis, Wiley-VCH, 2007.