A green chemistry process invented by a SUNY Oneonta faculty member has been licensed by a Geneseo-based startup company. According to a news release the process developed by SUNY Oneonta Associate Professor of Chemistry Jacqueline Bennett has been licensed to Verdimine which manufactures imines, a class of chemical compounds frequently used in the pharmaceutical, agrichemical, fine chemical, plastics manufacturing and household product industries. Bennett’s process was patented in 2014.