CABiomass-2016: Catalysis Applied to Biomass—Toward sustainable processes and chemicals

Announcing an upcoming thematic series in Sustainable Chemical Processes presenting papers from the CABiomass-2016 international conference taking place on March 9-11 in Compiègne, France.

Sustainable Chemical Processes is delighted to be sponsoring and exhibiting at the upcoming CABiomas-2016 conference. The conference theme is “Catalysis Applied to Biomass—Toward sustainable processes and chemicals” and delegates include international and local researchers from the biomass and catalysis sectors presenting the latest research in this area.

40508 SOConference Chairman and Sustainable Chemical Processes Editorial Board member Professor Christophe Len will be compiling a thematic series of papers from the conference publishing in the coming months, stay updated by signing up for the latest article alerts at Sustainable Chemical Processes. This follows the 2015 thematic series presenting papers from the (CABiomass) II Congress also held in Compiègne in 2014.

There is an impressive set of plenary speakers to look forward to at CABiomass-2016 including two of our Editorial Board members, Professor Rafael Luque from the University of Córdoba who will be presenting his research on catalysis applied to the scale-up valorisation of biomass to fuels and Dr. Rajendar Varma from US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) who will discuss the latest magnetic nanocatalysts and modified graphitic carbon nitrides research. Dr Varma was also recently awarded the Office of Research and Development (ORD) Sustainability Award—the highest award in sustainability from the EPA.

If you are attending be sure to drop by the Sustainable Chemical Processes booth with any questions!

CABiomass-2016 takes place at the Université de Technologie de Compiègne from March 9th-March 11th, 2016. If you are attending be sure to drop by the Sustainable Chemical Processes booth with any questions!

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

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