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Reconquest of biodiversity; remediation of degraded and anthropic areas, prevention of environmental health risks; eco-innovation; Green industry ... The current French ambitions are closely related to an interdisciplinary approach to scientific ecology, all of which participate in the expected industrial renewal.
Ecocatalysis explores the unusual combination of phytotechnologies adapted to pollution, ecological rehabilitation of polluted sites and enhancement of these processes through innovative green chemistry, all of which contribute to the development of scientific priorities; economic, ecological innovation and current environmental, of biomass conversion and transition from fossil fuels to renewable.
Environmental engineers, chemical engineers, industrial engineers, scientists, biochemists, facility managers.
Advanced undergraduate and post-graduates in the fields of Chemistry, Chemical technology, Chemical Engineering, Environment technology. Elective in Biocatalysis/Biotransformation
- Introduction: Toward an Ecology of Industrial Pollution?
- 1. A New Approach to Multi-Site and Multi-Scale Rehabilitation by Phytoextraction
- 1.1 Remedial phytoextraction on a highly contaminated former mining site: pilot site at “Les Avinières”
- 1.2 Phytoextraction on Caledonian mining sites currently in use: toward productive rehabilitation
- 2. From Phytoextraction to Green Chemistry and Vice Versa via Ecocatalysis
- 2.1 Ecocatalysis, starting point for a new green chemistry?
- 2.2 Some concrete examples of ecocatalysis
- What is the overall outcome? What does the future hold?
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- 1st July 2015
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Claude Grison is Professor of Bioorganic Chemistry at the University of Montpellier in France and at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS).She is a pioneer in turning plants and metallic waste into a resource through innovative technologies, namely “ecocatalysis”.
University of Montpellier, France
Vincent Escande is Research Associate at CNRS. His research interests cover green chemistry and organic synthesis.
Research Associate, CNRS, Montpellier, France
Jacques Biton is Director of Stratoz laboratories. His past research has included topics in enzymology and cell-based assays.
Direcotr, Stratoz laboratories, Paris, france