Green Chemistry Award

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First awarded in 2001, the Green Chemistry Award is presented every two years by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) for advances in environmentally focused chemistry. [1] In addition to a prize of £2000, winners of the award complete a UK based lecture tour. [1] The Award was last presented in 2016.

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