Seminar Notice – July 12, 2013
Dr. Lisbeth Olsson, Professor and Co-Director at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden, will be presenting a seminar on Friday July 12, 2013 from 9:00-9:30 am in the Forest Sciences Centre, 2424 Main Mall, Room 2916. Please join us to hear a talk on “Bio-based Economy Possibilities and Challenges: A Swedish Perspective”. Abstract: Our society […]
Canfor Pulp 2013 Grants Program Announced
The Pulp and Paper Centre and Canfor wish to announce the 2013 competition in the Canfor Pulp Grants Program. As you may recall, this program supports research at UBC in collaboration with Canfor Pulp Limited Partnership.
UBC in Pulp and Paper Canada – Rethinking Refining
The quest to reduce energy consumption is driving research programs and process changes that will help mechanical pulp mills employ more low-consistency refining.
Professor Keller’s Presentation is available online
Investigating the Complex Structure of Low Density Fibrous Webs Using X-Radiographic and Micro-Compression Techniques ...
Job Openings at FPInnovations
FPInnovations is among the world’s largest private, non-profit research centers working in forest research. The organization helps the Canadian forest industry to develop pathbreaking solutions based on the unique attributes of Canada’s forest resources, favoring a sustainable development approach and taking full advantage of the industry’s considerable scientific, technological and commercial capital. There are currently […]
Forestry sector takes chemistree 101
Nelson Bennett story in Business Vancouver - Burnaby biorefinery says tree compounds could replace plastics and other oil products
Dr. Arthur J. Ragauskas Seminar: Biorefining – Making a Difference
Research Seminar presentation will be held on Thursday, November 8, 2012 from 10:15-11:15 am in the CHBE building – 2360 East Mall – Room 202
Process Engineer Job Opportunity at Lignol
Lignol is a Burnaby, BC based Canadian company undertaking the development of biorefining technologies ...
UBC partnership with Lee and Man looks towards the new bio-economy
The Pulp and Paper Centre recently entered into a research partnership with paper manufacturing giant Lee and Man of Hong Kong. he research is aimed at creating new technologies and processes to convert fast growing, renewable bio-mass into high value chemicals and materials
UBC partners with Mercer International to establish industrial research chair in Advanced Forest Bio-Products Engineering
The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering and the Pulp and Paper Centre in the Faculty of Applied Science at UBC have recently established a $1 million partnership with Mercer International