University of Wuppertal
Sustainability is one of the core challenges of our century. Ideas and solutions to secure our resources and a healthy environment for future generations are urgently needed and will always include a chemical component. Our research teams have been working on the discovery of new materials, the biology of ecosystems, atmospheric chemistry, the synthesis of new compounds, the modeling of chemical reactions, the chemistry of our food, the effects of compounds on cells and diseases for a long time. We intend to develop new curricula to integrate the principles of Green Chemistry into education.
Chemistry B.S., Chemistry M.S., Chemistry, Ph.D.
General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Stand-Alone Toxicology Course, Faculty Research, Student Research.
We are in the process of updating existing courses to implement Green Chemistry, and we plan specialized education profiles in Green Chemistry.
The Beyond Benign curriculum for Green Chemistry.