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Speakers announced for wood pellet heating conference
The Canadian Wood Pellet Heating Conference, to be held in Quebec City Feb. 27 to March 1, has announced its lineup of speakers for the program at the event.
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Composites Innovation Centre recieves government funds
The federal government announced support for the Composites Innovation Centre (CIC) to establish a centre for the innovative use of agricultural products.
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Slime From slime to dollar signs?
Strains of algae – the slimy, often-deemed problematic substance found in pools, ponds, and your own backyard – are being recognized for their potential as advanced biofuel, and a solution to climate change troubles. But where do the real opportunities lie?
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Iogen Bio-Products acquired by Novozymes
Novozymes has acquired Iogen Bio-Products, the industrial enzyme business of Ottawa-based Iogen Corporation, for $67.5 million (CDN).
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Lignol signs first commercial supply agreement
Lignol Energy Corporation announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Lignol Innovations Ltd. (LIL), has secured a commercial supply agreement with a European company in the sustainable thermoplastics industry.
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