Dreyfus-ACS Symposium, 2022

The Dreyfus Foundation sponsored a symposium on Environmental Chemistry, the topic of the 2021 Dreyfus Prize, at the spring national meeting of the American Chemical Society on Tuesday, March 22, 2022.

The distinguished speakers were Paul Anastas (Yale), James G. Anderson (Harvard, recipient of the 2021 Dreyfus Prize), Barbara Finlayson-Pitts (University of California, Irvine), Vicki Grassian (University of California, San Diego), Frank Keutsch (Harvard), Francois Morel (Princeton), Dustin Schroeder (Stanford), and John Seinfeld (California Institute of Technology).

All these talks are now available online via the Foundation’s YouTube page.

Note: All times shown are Pacific.

8:30 am: Matthew Tirrell, The University of Chicago: introductory remarks

Barbara Finlayson-Pitts, Dreyfus, 2022 ACS Symposia
8:35 am: Barbara Finlayson-Pitts, University of California, Irvine
Atmospheric Chemistry and the Fundamental Chemical Sciences

Vicki Grassian, Dreyfus, 2022 ACS Symposia
9:10 am: Vicki Grassian, University of California, San Diego
Interfacial and Multiphase Environmental Chemistry

John Seinfeld, Dreyfus, 2022 ACS Symposia
9:45 am: John Seinfeld, California Institute of Technology
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics: Air Pollution to Climate Change

Dustin Schroeder, Dreyfus, 2022 ACS Symposia
10:30 am: Dustin Schroeder, Stanford University
Observing the Evolving Subsurface Environments of Ice Sheets with Ice Penetrating Radar

Francois Morel, Dreyfus, 2022 ACS Symposia
11:05 am: Francois Morel, Princeton University, The Effect of Ocean Acidification on Marine Phytoplankton

Paul Anastas,, Dreyfus, 2022 ACS Symposia
2:00 pm: Paul Anastas, Yale University
Green Chemistry: The “And Therefore” of Environmental Chemistry

Frank Keutsch, Dreyfus, 2022 ACS Symposia
2:35 pm: Frank Keutsch, Harvard University
Chemical Intervention Via Stratospheric Aerosol Injection: Risk and Efficacy of Non-Sulfate Materials

James G. Anderson , Dreyfus, 2022 ACS Symposia
3:10 pm: James G. Anderson, Harvard University
Quantitative Forecasts of Risk Triggered by Climate Change Resulting from Fossil Fuel Use