Bioinspired Green Science and Technology Symposium in NYC

Norma A. ALCANTAR, Scott BANTA, Anthony D. CAK), Xi CHEN, Christopher DELRE, Leila F. DERAVI, Jonathan S. DORDICK, Brian M. GIEBEL, Dianne GREENFIELD, Peter M. GROFFMAN, Mandë HOLFORD, George JOHN, Neel S. JOSHI, Nick A. KOTOV, Jin Kim MONTCLARE, Bradley S. MOORE, Julia H. ORTONY, Andrew B. REINMANN, Jiye SON*, Ruth E. STARKRein V. ULIJN*, Charles J. VÖRÖSMARTY, Corey J. WILSON

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In observance of Earth Day 2022 and the looming, urgent need to fight climate change and biodiversity loss, scientists gathered in New York City and online for the Bioinspired Green Science and Technology Symposium to share the latest technological and design breakthroughs that hold promise for the environment and human health.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1980-1984
Number of pages5
Issue number7
Publication statusPublished - 6 Jul 2022
Externally publishedYes

Bibliographical note

Funding Information:
The authors acknowledge funding from the co-sponsors of the BIG Symposium : NSF CREST-IDEALS Phase II Grant Number HRD211250 , the Cliff Soll Foundation at Hunter College, CUNY, and the journals Biopolymers and Peptide Science (published by Wiley).

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