The following are videos and presentations of members of the Center for Sustainable Polymers.


CSP Graduate Student Pooja Jambunathan (Minnesota- Zhang) presents "Beyond the Classroom: Biofermentation 101"

biofermentation101

 


NPR Planet Money interviewed Director Marc Hillmyer on their show titled, "How Oil Got into Everything." Listen for Hillmyer at 17:30. 

How Oil Got Into Everything

 


KSTP news covers Hillmyer group research on compostable plastics.

Lab

 


CSP Director Marc Hillmyer and lab featured on Bloomberg homepage.

Hillmyer

 


CSP Senior Investigator Dr. William Dichtel featured on This Week in Science (episode 549).

TWIS

 


CSP research on recyclable foams was featured on Minnesota's KARE11 news.

recyclable foams


CSP Director Marc Hillmyer and his research group are featured in the University of Minnesota's College of Science and Engineering video, Curiosity Drives Progress: Research.

Curiosity Drives Progress

 


CSP chemists working towards sustainable plastics – Science Nation Video

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CSP Director Marc Hillmyer and graduate student Maria Miranda are featured prominently in the University of Minnesota's Department of Chemistry's new video, Solving Society's Most Important Problems.

UMN Chem Video

 


Video of Marc Hillmyer's presentation "Converting Biomass into Advanced Materials"

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Big Question: Can we make plastics sustainable?

Big Question: Can we make plastics sustainable?

 


Marc Hillmyer and colleagues have launched a curriculum exploring sustainability in chemistry labs, and strives to be a national leader in training the next generation of chemists and chemical engineers.

Benign by Design

 


Senator Al Franken highlights the work of the Center for Sustainable Polymers in his welcome remarks to the 2012 Green Chemistry Conference.

Franken Gives Opening Remarks at 2012 Green Chemistry Conference

 


The University of Minnesota Center for Sustainable Polymers aims to find ways to reduce waste by recycling unlikely materials to make our most commonly used products. By using corn, they can create plastics that are not only more easily recycled, but they are better for the environment.

Academic Moment: Sustainable Polymers

 


Professor Tolman is featured in a video by Minnesota 2020 highlighting the green chemistry research happening in Minnesota.

MN2020: Green Chemistry in MN