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Sustainability is no longer a fringe issue but a key corporate responsibility for businesses seeking to develop and grow. BC Technologies will help you meet your environmental obligations... and your commercial objectives
7th & 8th October 2015
Venue Cymru, Llandudno, North Wales
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International Panel Products Sympositum, Llandudno, North Wales
Paper published in Environment International, Volume 73 pp 402-412 December 2014
Assessment of health implications related to processing and use of natural wool insulation products.
Mansour E., Loxton C., Elias R.M. & Ormondroyd G.A.
BEACON finalist for RegioStars Award
Since 1989, BC (or The BioComposites Centre) has been at the forefront of research, development and the commercial application of bio-based alternatives to synthetic materials in manufacturing and industry.
Today, in a world where sustainability and the environment are moving to the top of the agenda, we offer businesses of all kinds the knowledge and the technical means to put those alternatives into practice, helping them lower costs, increase productivity and make their activities more environmentally and socially responsible.
BC hosted a 3 day training school, 8th-10th June at Bangor University, on the evaluation of mould risk in buildings and on materials. Read more...
BRIGIT project producing biopolymers from waste-derived lignocelullosic sugar feedstock liquor of wood sulphite pulping process 3rd newsletter out now. Read more...
The CO2 lab welcomed Giovanni Salvatore and Camilla Milano, two Erasmus+ research students, from the University of Salerno, Italy. Read more...
Thanasis Dimitriou presented at the final meeting of COST Action FP1006 'Advances in modified and functional surfaces' conference. Read more...
The BioComposites Centre and Kronospan are launching a new scholarship fund to commemorate the life of Dr Harry Earl. More details..
Work at the BioComposites Centre was featured on BBC Radio Wales Science Cafe on Tuesday 10th March in a 30 minute programme dedicated to Bangor University's Hidden Worlds Exhibition. Read more...
The BioComposites Centre has just been awarded a 2 year project with a total value of £593K. The project is funded through Innovate UK and aims to develop a novel biotech approach to produce a range of products based on straw. Read more...
Princess Anne was shown a range of sustainable packaging products made from ryegrass, which were the successful result of the A4B STARS project. Read more...
We are recruiting a materials scientist to work on the development of new and novel materials from bio-based resources through the use of biomimicry and architectural principles. Read more...
Graham Ormondroyd visited Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda (MUK) as part of a five-year collaboration deal. BC will provide expertise in the field of biobased materials advising on the development of processes to utilize resources such as waste from agriculture. Read more...
Rob Elias gave a presentation on ‘Use of Natural Fibres in Construction and Packaging Applications’ on 3rd February 2015 the Coir Kerala fair. Read more...
BC has just purchased a Dionex ASE 350 Accelerated Solvent Extractor system. Suitable for pesticide residue analysis, soils analysis, and of course plant extraction. Read more...
Bronia Stefanowski has been granted the Ron Cockcroft Award (RCA) from the International Research Group on Wood Protection (IRG/WP). This award enables Bronia to attend and present her work at the 46th IRG annual conference in Viña del Mar, Chile, in May. Read more...