Dr. Jyotsna Meshram to speak on "Green Chemistry"
Gust lecture presented by the Science Colloquium series and CCC's Sustainable Agriculture Symposium.
E. Margie Matthews Filter Hostetter '62 Lecture Room (209), Stratton Hall
Dr. Jyotsna Meshram, a Professor of Chemistry at India’s Nagpur University, presents a special session titled “Green Chemistry” at 12:40 p.m., November 2, in the Hostetter Lecture Room (209) of Stratton Hall. Dr. Meshram’s talk will address ongoing scientific and chemical advances involving products which possess little or no toxicity to human health and the environment. She will discuss how, with pressure increasing to address environmental concerns in manufacturing, organic chemists can play a significant role in effecting a sustainable society. Those who have an interest in the ways that academia and industry are developing new techniques to reduce pollutants through innovative research will find Dr. Meshram's lecture interesting and informative.
Dr. Jyotsna Meshram has an M.S. and Ph.D. in organic chemistry and medicinal chemistry form Nagpur University, Maharashtra, India, where she is now a professor of organic chemistry. Dr. Meshram has co-written numerous publications on innovative chemical processes for journals such as the European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, Green Chemistry Letters and Reviews and Medicinal Chemistry Research, as well as presenting research in dozens of national and international conferences.
This talk serves as the plenary session for Cayuga Community College's Sustainable Agriculture Symposium as well as a part of the weekly Wells College Science Colloquium series.