We develop bio-based materials of different scales, mainly those displaying large interfacial areas such as fibers (micro/nanofibers), fiber networks, particles, and colloidal systems. The BiCMat group, led by Orlando Rojas, currently spans activities in Canada (University of British Columbia, Departments of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Chemistry and Wood Science) and Finland (Aalto University, Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems).
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• Keynote Lecture on Recent Advances in the Utilization of Biomass-derived Nanomaterials and Enabling Nanotechnology for the Future Bioeconomy at 17:00 pm (PDT), November 20, 2020. Link: Tecent VooV Meeting ID: 703 043 670.