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The 2018 Green Chemistry Challenge Award winner offered a short course at UFSCar

Professor Tyler McQuade from Virginia Commonwealth University – USA offered the short course “Continuous Chemical Methods: An Essential Set of Tools for Modern Synthesis" at the PPGQ-UFSCar on October 15-17, 2018 and also a plenary lecture at the 17th BMOS held in Salvador on October 21-24.  Professor McQuade received the 2018 ACS Green Chemistry Challenge Award with his colleague Professor Frank Gupton. The award was due to their outstanding success in developing a sustainable and efficient synthesis of nevirapine through a process intensification that reduced cost and improved access to HIV/AIDS treatment. For further information visit: https://cen.acs.org/articles/96/i2/ACS-Award-Affordable-Green-Chemistry.html