Month: February 2008

UMaine Biofuels Development Supports Existing Pulp Mill

In an innovative process that literally involves “cooking,” the University of Maine has become a kitchen where research and business ingredients are creating a biorefinery model to add value to Maine’s pulp and paper mills while also creating biofuels and bioproducts. Maine’s abundant forest resources, landowners seeking markets for low grade wood, mill communities in […]

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In Love with Lignin

While Martin Lawoko was in primary school in Uganda his father was in exile, one of a lucky few to escape the infamous killing floors and blood soaked cells of Uganda’s “State Research Center” at Nakasero. In a country where chaos and brutality surrounded much of his young life, Martin found order and magic in […]

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