Education and Training in Green Chemistry

Educational Resources

For those keen on introducing green chemistry to their school’s program, both the resources available to not for profit Beyond Benign and material from Yale’s Centre for Green Chemistry and Green Engineering are recommended.

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Primary and Secondary Schools

Beyond Benign provide a wealth of resources for teachers using green chemistry to inspire students in science. Explore more here

They also provide professional development for teachers on encouraging and developing students in green chemistry and science.

Undergraduate Resources

Beyond Benign also have resources available to help develop undergraduate courses including toxicology

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Yale's Center for Green Chemistry & Green Engineering provides resources for high school students including experiements designed for Science Fairs, and teachers to introduce to their classes

Yale provides a number of classes for Undergraduate courses in green  chemistry including ciricumlum and lecture slides 

Postgraduate Training and Professional Development

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The University of Washington offers a Green Chemistry & Chemical Stewardship Online Certificate Program

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Monash University has launched a Masters of Green and Sustainable Technologies, which has a strong emphasis in Green Chemistry