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Streaming Video Collection:
Bio-Energy and Bio-Fuels

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Below is the RTI Website collection of Bio-Energy and Bio-Fuels streaming videos. The links with yellow backgrounds are hosted on this website (www.ruraltech.org). The links with gray backgrounds are hosted on the WSU Cooperative Extension's website.

2009 Presentations

Application of Ceramic Membranes to Recover of High Value Hemicellulose from Alkaline Peroxide Pretreated Wheat Straw - Hong Lin
From the 2009 College of Forest Resources Graduate Student Symposium

2007 Presentations

College of Forest Resources Research and Technology Showcase: "Biofuels and Bioenergy"
Biofuel and Bioenergy are subjects that are growing as possible solutions to decrease dependence on foreign oil while also diminishing the contribution of carbon to the atmosphere. These two topics are currently being researched in earnest at the College of Forest Resources , and these presentations illustrate what we've learned so far and where more research is still needed. The Showcase includes 7 presentations and a short introduction from Dean B. Bruce Bare.

November 3, 2007 at the University of Washington, Seattle

2006 Presentations

Coastal Bio-Energy Forum - The objective of the conference was to assemble regional parties interested in exploring bio-energy issues for the purpose of understanding what the status of bio-energy in the region is now, achieving a common knowledge base and creating a network for future action.

April 4, 2006 at the Olympic Natural Resources Center in Forks, WA

WSU Bioenergy/Bioproducts Summit - intended to develop a plan of action for extension programming around bioenergy. The goals are: 1) Build awareness of recent state and university developments related to bioenergy, 2) Develop a plan for short-term educational outreach related to bioenergy, and 3) Networking among WSU faculty for developing new projects (research, extension, etc.)

March 10, 2006 at Washington State University in Pullman, WA

 
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