Office of Research

Center for Enabling New Technologies through Catalysis (CENTC)

depts.washington.edu/centc/

Mission

The Center for Enabling New Technologies Through Catalysis (CENTC) is a National Science Foundation Phase II Center for Chemical Innovation. CENTC brings together researchers from across North America to collaboratively address the economic, environmental and national security needs for more efficient, inexpensive and environmentally friendly methods of producing chemicals and fuels from a variety of feedstocks.

Funding Information:

National Science Foundation, Division of Chemistry, 2007-2017

Reporting Structure:

D. Michael Heinekey, Chair, Department of Chemistry,

External Partners:

Los Alamos National Laboratory; Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Chemistry; North Carolina State University Department of Chemistry; Rutgers University Departments of Chemistry & Chemical Biology and Chemical Engineering; University of California at Berkeley Department of Chemistry; University of California at Santa Barbara Departments of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; University of Illinois Department of Bioengineering; University of Michigan Departments of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; University of North Carolina Department of Chemistry; University of North Texas Department of Chemistry; University of Ottawa Department of Chemistry; University of Rochester Department of Chemistry; University of Wisconsin Department of Chemistry Engineering; Yale University Department of Chemistry

Center Details

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Director: Golberg, Karen
Location: Bagley, 422
Year Started: 2004
Administrator / Program Manager: Gruhn, Nadine
Administering College/School: College of Arts & Sciences 
P.I. Home Department: Department of Chemistry 
Faculty Involvement: 2