Bio4Energy participates in f3

Bio4Energy will collaborate with Swedish universities, research institues and companies to develop renewable fuels for transportation. By increased collaboration between researchers, companies and government authorities, the goal is that research results will be used to an greater extent. The centre will provide scientifically based information for politicians, government authorities, industry and other organisations, and in that way contribute to future essential R&D investments within the field.

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PhD Student Course: Product-oriented Wood Supply and Fibre Processing

Sven-Olof Lundqvist of the Bio4Energy research partner Innventia will arrange a course in co-operation with FPIRC (Forest Products Industry Research College) and KTH (Royal Institute of Technology) in Stockholm 5-7 April 2011. The course is open to PhD students from Sweden and abroad.

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Notes from the network meeting 5 October

Bio4Energys second network meeting took place in Örnsköldsvik 5 October. During the day, the research of the platform Feedstock was presented by Prof. Björn Sundberg, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and Prof. Per Gardeström, Umeå University. The Process integration platform by Prof. Jan Dahl, Luleå University of Technology and the Environmental platform was presented by Prof. Stellan Marklund, Umeå University.

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Star-COLIBRI visited Bio4Energy

On Tuesday 21 September, a delegation from Star-COLIBRI visited Umeå and met with representatives from Bio4Energy to discuss possibilities for collaboration. The Star-COLIBRI project is a Coordination and Support Action funded by FP7. Star-COLIBRI has identified Bio4Energy as one of the top ten high quality star projects. The aim is now to find other projects to collaborate with, something that is called StarClustering.

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