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Cellulosic Ethanol: A Future Fuel from Forests

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Authors:

  • Michael J. Brodeur-Campbell
    Graduate Program
    Department of Chemical Engineering
    Michigan Technological University
  • Jill R. Jensen
    Graduate Program
    Department of Chemical Engineering
    Michigan Technological University

NSFWebpage developed under National Science Foundation Materials Use: Science, Engineering, and Society Biocomplexity Program Grant.

Title: Renewable Energy from Forest Resources: An Investigation into the Viability of Large-Scale Production of Sustainable Transportation Fuels From Lignocellulosic Biomass

Principal Investigator: Ann Maclean

Co-PI: Kathleen E. Halvorsen, David Shonnard, Barry Solomon, Chris Webster, David Flaspohler, John Sutherland

 

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Animation and Web Design:
Susan E. Hill
Michigan Technological University
Module web design based on a Tech Alive Production.


The mission of the Sustainable Futures Institute (SFI) at Michigan Technological University is to enhance knowledge, develop technologies, and expand capabilities to achieve sustainability.

Sustainable Futures Institute