Georgia Tech Renames Institute Of Paper Science And Technology The Renewable Bioproducts Institute

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Georgia Tech has announced that it is renaming its Institute of Paper Science and Technology the Renewable Bioproducts Institute (RBI). According to the announcement, the school has committed to doing the following to further the Institute:

* Recruit at least one new tenure track professor in the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry with relevant bioproducts experience to join more than 40 Georgia Tech faculty now working with RBI.

* Recruit a new tenure track professor in the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering to contribute to the educational and research mission of the RBI.

* Recruit a professor of the practice with relevant industrial experience to work at the academic and research interface between industry and the RBI.

* Invest significant capital funds to expand and repurpose core lab facilities in the existing IPST building to better align with the expanded research focus areas of biorefining, biopolymers, and new materials.

* Draw on the full range of Georgia Tech's many industrial and political relationships to help promote and capture the opportunities in the bioproducts area.

A copy of Georgia Tech's press release on the announcement is available online.

Topics:  Biofuel, Renewable Energy, Renewable Fuel

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