Sustainable Chemistry at IgMin Research | Science Group

Our mission is to foster interdisciplinary dialogue and accelerate the advancement of knowledge across a wide spectrum of scientific domains.


Sustainable Chemistry is a critical field that focuses on the design, development, and application of chemical processes and products that minimize environmental impact and promote sustainable practices. This interdisciplinary discipline combines insights from chemistry, engineering, environmental science, and materials science to address the challenges of resource depletion, pollution, and climate change.

Sustainable chemists investigate topics such as green synthesis, renewable energy, and eco-friendly materials. By developing innovative solutions and greener alternatives, they contribute to reducing the carbon footprint of chemical industries and promoting a more environmentally friendly approach to chemistry. Sustainable Chemistry plays a pivotal role in shaping a more sustainable and harmonious relationship between humanity and the environment.

  • Green chemistry principles
  • Renewable energy materials
  • Eco-friendly chemical processes
  • Sustainable catalysis
  • Biodegradable materials
  • Sustainable solvents
  • Sustainable polymers
  • Sustainable materials synthesis
  • Life cycle assessment of chemicals
  • Sustainable chemical engineering
  • Sustainable chemical education
  • Sustainable chemical manufacturing
  • Sustainable chemical policy
  • Sustainable chemistry and waste reduction
  • Sustainable chemistry and agriculture
  • Sustainable chemistry and water resources
  • Sustainable chemistry and air quality
  • Sustainable chemistry and circular economy
  • Advancements in sustainable chemistry research
  • Sustainable chemistry and industrial applications
  • Sustainable chemistry and sustainable development
  • Sustainable chemistry and interdisciplinary collaborations
  • Sustainable chemistry and public awareness
  • Sustainable chemistry and environmental impact assessment
  • Sustainable chemistry and climate change mitigation