Bio-based chemicals analysis tool aims to standardize comparisons across products, processes

Last week, we attended the New England Green Chemistry Forum, which was sponsored and organized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The forum was attended by students, educators, regulators, corporations, and start-ups all with very different goals in the common drive towards "green c...

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