At GreenCentre Canada, we take a hands-on approach to commercializing emerging Green Chemistry innovations originating from academia and the entrepreneurial community.
8,500 ft2 of state-of-the-art lab facilities for innovation and advancement of chemistry technologies.
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.
"GreenCentre Canada has opened opportunities and connected us to technologies that we would never have seen anywhere else."
CIC-GreenCentre Collaboration Aims to Bridge Academia and Industry
The Chemical Institute of Canada (CIC) and GreenCentre Canada are pleased to announce their collaboration, created to facilitate and increase relationships across academia and industry throughout the Canadian chemistry and chemical engineering community.
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Fighting Climate Change through Chemistry: GreenCentre's IHC4 Program (ACS GCI Nexus)
It is critically important that the right resources are readily available to advance chemistry technologies with the potential to impact climate change. GreenCentre’s IHC4 program is there to help.
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