474 Bioprocessing of Lignocellulosic Biomass to Biofuels and Value-Added Bioproducts II - Physicochemical Approach

Wednesday, October 31, 2012: 12:30 PM
Shadyside (Omni )
Lignocellulosic biomass is the earth’s most abundant and infinite renewable organic material. Bioprocessing of biomass has the potential to become a leading manufacturing technology for sustainable production of renewable energy, biochemicals and biomaterials - a national priority with significant economic, environmental and social benefits. The focus of this session is on technological advances achieved through thermochemical and biochemical conversion of biomass to biofuels and value-added bioproducts as the ultimate alternative to the petroleum-derived products and fuels of environmental concern. Examples include development of novel, cost-efficient and environmentally-friendly technologies for biomass-based production of bioethanol, biohydrogen, green and algal fuels,

Process Research and Innovation
ICE2012: BioFuels (T4F)

Lew P. Christopher
Email: Lew.Christopher@sdsmt.edu

Santiago Faucher
Email: sfaucher@hatch.ca

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(474e) Biochar Based Activated Carbon As Adsorbent to Recover Volatile Chemicals From Photobioreactor
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