At GreenCentre Canada, we take a hands on approach to commercializing emerging Green Chemistry innovations originating from academia and the entrepreneurial community.
8,000 square foot state-of-the-art lab, where our scientists develop practical and sustainable solutions.
"GreenCentre Canada has opened opportunities and connected us to technologies that we would never have seen anywhere else."
Developed by Paul Anastas and John Warner, the following list outlines what would make a greener process or product.
Developed by Paul Anastas and Julie Zimmerman, the following list outlines what would make a greener process or product.
Our collaborative model for commercializing green chemistry innovation from academia helps fill the gap between great research and great business opportunities.
Our access to industry networks, capital, market data, and lab facilities provide entrepreneurs and SMEs with the research capabilities of a global company.
Our in-house experts help established firms enhance their R&D capabilities with confidential and collaborative fee-for-service opportunities.
After a simple 15-second sign-up, you can be part of this immersive and interactive website with access to funding opportunities, a participant database, expert networks, and more.
GreenCentre’s New Online Portal Promotes Green Chemistry Collaboration
GreenCentre Canada is excited to announce the launch of its InnovationHouse web portal. InnovationHouse is a collaborative resource for entrepreneurs, researchers, investors, and industry to access useful information related to developing early stage chemistry technologies.
Banu Ormeci Developed A Technology That Will Help Waste-Water Treatment Plants Use Fewer Chemicals.
Her work may save millions of dollars for cities around the world. It also shows that despite the many challenges of commercializing academic research, the work done in university labs can solve major problems in society.