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Course registrants with staff and faculty

“Introduction to Pulp and Paper Technology” course – Photo Gallery

The Advanced Papermaking Initiative (API) conducted its annual 3-day introductory course designed to give an insightful understanding of the chemistry and technology in pulp and paper processing, how it influences decision-making and energy reduction, and the future of green engineering. Our course is held in spring each year, and our professors volunteer to share their […]

James Olson

James is Dean

Dr. James Olson is the new Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science.

PPC Early Years

PPC Early Years

Book release of PPC Early Years by Richard J. Kerekes.

A year can change everything.
Community Outreach at Vancouver Folk Music Festival

Community Outreach at Vancouver Folk Music Festival

Researchers from UBC’s Pulp and Paper Centre volunteered at the Vancouver Folk Music Festival in Jericho Park to demonstrate paper-making techniques to a host of interested children.

Canada Day edition of Pulp Digest

Canada Day edition of Pulp Digest

The latest edition of Pulp Digest celebrates Canada’s 150 years with stories and achievements of PPC’s faculty, researchers and staff.

Group Hurrah! Researchers, their profs and the PPC staff came together after the session.

UBC graduate researchers showcase projects at PACWest 2017

Six of UBC’s graduate, doctoral and post-doc researchers in Chemical and Mechanical Engineering presented their original studies and results of their projects at PACWest’s UBC Student Session in Whistler.

API Course attendees with faculty and staff

API Course “Introduction to Pulp and Paper Technology”

The Advanced Papermaking Institute conducted its “Introduction to Pulp and Paper Technology” course from April 26 to 28. Attendees grouped together for a photo at the end of the course.

Our name is Innovation

Leadership is innovation and humility is confidence

Hear from industry trailblazers about their personal take on leadership.

Fred Kaiser Building, UBC

New grads and co-ops drive talent development in B.C.’s tech sector

Premier Christy Clark announced a significant increase in the number of tech-related grads throughout the province to drive tech talent development and support continued growth in British Columbia’s thriving technology sector.