Green Chemistry Advisory Board member Professor Richard Wool wins 2013 Presdiential Green Chemistry Challenge Award

Professor Richard Wool, Green Chemistry Advisory Board winners of the 2013 Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge AwardsGreen Chemistry Advisory Board member Professor Richard Wool has won the 2013 Presdiential Green Chemistry Challenge Award for Academic research. He has been recognized for his research in creating several materials from less toxic and renewable biobased feedstocks such as vegetable oils, chicken feathers and flax that can be used as adhesives, composites, foams, and even circuit boards and as a leather substitute. Professor Wool is currently the Director of the ACRES (Affordable Composites from Renewable Resources) Program at the University of Delaware.

Green Chemistry would like to extend our congratulations to Professor Wool on this achievement.

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