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Bio4Energy Graduate to Bioethanol Developer SEKAB
Monica Normark, pictured at her thesis defence with Wilfred Vermerris, has taken up a position at Bio4Energy industrial partner SEKAB. Photo by Bio4Energy.
Bio4Energy graduate and research engineer
’s group of experts on biochemical conversion technologies and industrial biotechnology, has scored a position with bioethanol developer
in northern Sweden, where she will be working to develop one of the company’s flagship inventions: the
“Monica Normark will be a great asset in our work. The CelluAPP™ makes it possible for companies to turn residual materials into marketable products. It’s a win-win situation for business and the environment”, said SEKAB E-Technology head of biorefinery technology
Normark’s previous professional home, professor
and the R&D platform
Bio4Energy Biopolymers and Biochemical Conversion Technologies
, have a long history of cooperating with—including handing down new inventions and patents to—SEKAB, which small firm develops bioethanol and “green” chemicals at the Biorefinery Demonstration Plant of the Domsjö industrial cluster, Örnsköldsvik, and is part of the Bio4Energy Industrial Network.