Green Chemistry and the Environment
The Mellon College of Science is a leader in the field of green chemistry, conducting research into renewable energy sources, environmentally sound chemical processes and remediation of chemical waste. Learn more at MCS's Institute for Green Science.
MCS is home to two winners of the Environmental Protection Agency's Green Chemistry Challenege Award, Terry Collins and Krzysztof Matyjaszewski.
Watch Terry Collins talk about green chemistry in a video on green chemistry, from the Carnegie Mellon YouTube channel.
MCS researchers are developing polymers that will create the next generation of solar technologies. Read more about our solar technologies.
Watch a video on solar technologies, from the Carnegie Mellon YouTube channel.
Mellon College of Science scientists are working to understand and eradicate pollution. Read more in the article "New Science for a New Environment" in MCS News.
Mellon College of Science researchers are working to pinpoint the sources and effects of harmful atmospheric particles that cause air pollution. Learn more at Carnegie Mellon's Center for Atmospheric Particle Studies.