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Over 100 expert presentations featured at ISWFPC 2013
June 12-14 in Vancouver, BC

PAPTAC will be hosting the 17th International Symposium on Wood, Fibre and Pulping Chemistry.

ISWFPC is a world-renowned symposium on the utilization of forest resources and gathers leaders from academia and industry to discuss the properties & processes, development and innovation of wood, fibres and other lignocellulosic materials.

Click here to view the detailed preliminary program (oral presentations)

Furthermore, the event will also feature a pre-symposium on Nanocrystalline Cellulose (NCC) in Victoria, BC, bringing together leading experts in materials science, chemistry and physics to discuss the most recent advances in NCC manufacture and product development. 

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Upcoming Environment
Community Webinar
 
Theo van de Ven
to keynote at ISWFPC

Date: Thursday april 18, 13:00-13:45



National Assessment of Cycle 5 Environmental Effects Monitoring Data from Pulp and Paper Mills
By Barb Buckland and Isabelle Matteau , Environmental Effects Monitoring (EEM) specialists, Environment Canada

This PAPTAC Webinar is Free for PAPTAC members. Please E-mail Carmie Lato at (clato@paptac.ca) to confirm your presence or call 514-392-6969.


Theo van de Ven, Director
FIBRE Network
Professor
McGill University

PAPTAC is pleased to announce that Theo van de Ven, professor at McGill University and director of the Canadian FIBRE Network, will present a keynote lecture to kick off the Int'l Symposium on Wood, Fibre and Pulping Chemistry on Wednesday June 12. ISWFPC will gather hundreds of specialist, researchers and industry representatives from around the world, involved in all aspects of wood chemistry. Visit www.iswfpc.com for details.

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