2nd International Green Catalysis Symposium

Congratulations to Enguerrand Blondiaux and Thomas Dombray, who were awarded Royal Society of Chemistry poster prizes at the 2nd International Green Catalysis Symposium.

Green Chemistry and Catalysis Science and Technology were pleased to sponsor the Symposium, which took place on April 2-4th 2014 in Rennes, France with the aim of presenting to academic and industry researchers the recent developments in the fast growing field of green catalysis.
The Symposium was attended by Green Chemistry Editorial Board member Professor Shu Kobayashi, who presented the Green Chemistry poster prize to Enguerrand Blondiaux (CEA/IRAMIS/SIS2M/CNRS) for his poster entitled ‘Metal-free reduction of carbon dioxide using hydroboranes’.
Prof Shu Kobayashi presents the Green Chemistry poster prize to Enguerrand Blondiaux

Thomas Dombray (University of Rennes) was awarded a Catalysis Science & Technology poster prize for his poster ‘Cobalt carbonyl catalyzed hydrosilylation of amides’. His prize was presented by Catalysis Science & Technology Editorial Board member Dr Christian Bruneau.

Thomas Dombray receives a Catalysis Science & Technology poster prize from Dr Christian Bruneau
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