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                Long Lin, Professor of Color and Polymer Science at University of Leeds学术讲座

                发布时间:2019-04-18浏览次数: 次 来源:   编辑:99真人娱乐
                讲座地点 99真人娱乐A103

                讲座题目: Striving for greater sustainability - recent advances in colour and polymer chemistry

                主讲人: Long Lin, Professor of Color and Polymer Science at University of Leeds

                Head of Department of Color Science at University of Leeds

                Editor-in-Chief of Pigment & Resin Technology

                讲座时间:2019年4月22日14:00 – 15:00

                讲座地点:99真人娱乐A103

                讲座内容:There is little doubt that textile industry will exist as long as human society. However, textile industry, as it is, is unlikely to be sustainable. Indeed, major textile producing regions have seen increasing negative impacts of textile industry on both lives and environment, and there appear to be few practically feasible solutions in sight. Much of the challenges lie in the intrinsic inability of existing colourant chemistry and polymer chemistry to meeting opposing requirements. This talk aims to share views on tangible routes to significantly alleviating the negative impacts of textile industry on environment and even fundamentally resolving the challenges that threaten the sustainability of textile industry. The focus will be placed on examples of research that is aimed at developing ground-breaking colourant chemistry and polymer chemistry that lend themselves to significantly reducing negative impacts of textile industry on lives and environment and thus will hopefully help sustain textile industry for many decades to come.