Pre-Proposal / LOI Deadline: 
Monday, September 14, 2015

The Elsevier Green and Sustainable Chemistry Challenge is open to individuals or organisations operating in the not-for-profit and for-profit sectors from all countries. Projects can be in any field of Green or Sustainable Chemistry so long as they are applicable for use in developing countries.

Projects which are within their early stage are preferred. The winning project in the Elsevier Green and Sustainable Chemistry Challenge will receive a single payment of € 50,000; the winner of the second prize will receive a single payment of € 25,000.

Five candidates will be selected by the judges and invited to the Green and Sustainable Chemistry Conference, to defend their proposals. The opening address will be given by Barbara Hendricks, Federal Environment Minister of Germany.

 

The Elsevier Green and Sustainable Chemistry Challenge is now OPEN FOR SUBMISSIONS!

The Elsevier Green and Sustainable Chemistry Challenge is open to individuals or organisations operating in the not-for-profit and for-profit sectors from all countries. Projects can be in any field of Green or Sustainable Chemistry so long as they are applicable for use in developing countries.

Upon registration you will be able to access the online application. All submissions must be in English and submitted by 14 September 2015 (23:59 GMT). 

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