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Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals, Fifth Annual Report, Volume Ii, Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals Apr 2013

Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals, Fifth Annual Report, Volume Ii, Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals

Center for Biorenewable Chemicals Annual Reports

In the U.S., the production of industrial chemicals is a $400 billion-plus enterprise that impacts all aspects of society from personal care products to building materials. Unfortunately, this vital industry is not self-sustaining; its long-term future is predicated on transitioning from current nonrenewable, petroleum feedstocks to renewable biobased feedstocks. The development of conversion technologies needed to facilitate this transition is the focus of the NSF Engineering Research Center for Biorenewable Chemicals (CBiRC).


Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals, Fifth Annual Report, Volume I, Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals Apr 2013

Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals, Fifth Annual Report, Volume I, Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals

Center for Biorenewable Chemicals Annual Reports

In the U.S., the production of industrial chemicals is a $400 billion-plus enterprise that impacts all aspects of society from personal care products to building materials. Unfortunately, this vital industry is not self-sustaining; its long-term future is predicated on transitioning from current nonrenewable, petroleum feedstocks to renewable biobased feedstocks. The development of conversion technologies needed to facilitate this transition is the focus of the NSF Engineering Research Center for Biorenewable Chemicals (CBiRC).


Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals, Fourth Annual Report, Volume I, Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals Apr 2012

Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals, Fourth Annual Report, Volume I, Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals

Center for Biorenewable Chemicals Annual Reports

In the U.S., the production of industrial chemicals is a $400 billion-plus enterprise that impacts all aspects of society from personal care products to building materials. Unfortunately, this vital industry is not self-sustaining; its long-term future is predicated on transitioning from current nonrenewable, petroleum feedstocks to renewable biobased feedstocks. The development of conversion technologies needed to facilitate this transition is the focus of the NSF Engineering Research Center for Biorenewable Chemicals (CBiRC).


Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals, Fourth Annual Report, Volume Ii, Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals Apr 2012

Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals, Fourth Annual Report, Volume Ii, Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals

Center for Biorenewable Chemicals Annual Reports

In the U.S., the production of industrial chemicals is a $400 billion-plus enterprise that impacts all aspects of society from personal care products to building materials. Unfortunately, this vital industry is not self-sustaining; its long-term future is predicated on transitioning from current nonrenewable, petroleum feedstocks to renewable biobased feedstocks. The development of conversion technologies needed to facilitate this transition is the focus of the NSF Engineering Research Center for Biorenewable Chemicals (CBiRC).


Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals, Third Year Renewal Proposal, Volume Ii, Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals Apr 2011

Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals, Third Year Renewal Proposal, Volume Ii, Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals

Center for Biorenewable Chemicals Annual Reports

In the U.S., the production of industrial chemicals is a $400 billion-plus enterprise that impacts all aspects of society from personal care products to building materials. Unfortunately, this vital industry is not self-sustaining; its long-term future is predicated on transitioning from current nonrenewable, petroleum feedstocks to renewable biobased feedstocks. The development of conversion technologies needed to facilitate this transition is the focus of the NSF Engineering Research Center for Biorenewable Chemicals (CBiRC).


Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals, Second Annual Report, Volume Ii, Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals Apr 2010

Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals, Second Annual Report, Volume Ii, Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals

Center for Biorenewable Chemicals Annual Reports

In the U.S., the production of industrial chemicals is a $400 billion-plus enterprise that impacts all aspects of society from personal care products to building materials. Unfortunately, this vital industry is not self-sustaining; its long-term future is predicated on transitioning from current nonrenewable, petroleum feedstocks to renewable biobased feedstocks. The development of conversion technologies needed to facilitate this transition is the focus of the NSF Engineering Research Center for Biorenewable Chemicals (CBiRC).


Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals, Second Annual Report, Volume I, Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals Apr 2010

Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals, Second Annual Report, Volume I, Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals

Center for Biorenewable Chemicals Annual Reports

In the U.S., the production of industrial chemicals is a $400 billion-plus enterprise that impacts all aspects of society from personal care products to building materials. Unfortunately, this vital industry is not self-sustaining; its long-term future is predicated on transitioning from current nonrenewable, petroleum feedstocks to renewable biobased feedstocks. The development of conversion technologies needed to facilitate this transition is the focus of the NSF Engineering Research Center for Biorenewable Chemicals (CBiRC).


Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals, First Annual Report, Volume I, Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals Apr 2009

Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals, First Annual Report, Volume I, Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals

Center for Biorenewable Chemicals Annual Reports

CBiRC began operation on September 1, 2008, so this first report represents the initial six months of center operation. The center infrastructure has been established and all key administrative and administrative support positions have been filled. The research projects have been initiated and primarily staffed, although some additional graduate students will begin in the Fall. Our education programs will commence during the Summer, 2009. We have initiated a number of exciting projects in the Learning, Discovery, and Research Infrastructure areas, as summarized below.

  • Learning: Initiated RET and REU programs, which include unique interactions with Minority-Serving Institutions and collaborative efforts with ...


Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals, First Annual Report, Volume Ii, Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals Apr 2009

Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals, First Annual Report, Volume Ii, Nsf Engineering Research Center For Biorenewable Chemicals

Center for Biorenewable Chemicals Annual Reports

CBiRC began operation on September 1, 2008, so this first report represents the initial six months of center operation. The center infrastructure has been established and all key administrative and administrative support positions have been filled. The research projects have been initiated and primarily staffed, although some additional graduate students will begin in the Fall. Our education programs will commence during the Summer, 2009. We have initiated a number of exciting projects in the Learning, Discovery, and Research Infrastructure areas, as summarized below.

  • Learning: Initiated RET and REU programs, which include unique interactions with Minority-Serving Institutions and collaborative efforts with ...