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MASBio Biorenewables Seminar SP22
This seminar series will examine, on a weekly basis, topics that are central to the practical development of the bioeconomy in the region. This includes feedstocks, supply chain, conversion processes, and system life cycle and technoeconomic feasibility. Weekly seminars will be presented by faculty researchers at universities and research labs involved in the USDA-Funded MASBio project.

Seminars are on Mondays at 12:20 pm. The seminar schedule is as follows:
- 19 Jan The MASBio Vision Jingxin Wang, West Virginia University
- 24 Jan Feedstocks – Perennial Grasses Jeff Skousen, West Virginia University
- 31 Jan Feedstocks on Marginal Land Shawn Grushecky, West Virginia University
- 07 Feb Feedstocks – Shrub Willow Mike Jacobson, Penn State
- 14 Feb Feedstocks – Forest Residue Austin Garren, Virginia Tech
- 21 Feb Supply Chains Tim Volk, SUNY ESF
- 28 Feb Supply Chains Damon Hartley, Idaho National Lab
- 21 Mar Biomass Conversion John Hu, West Virginia University
- 28 Mar Biomass Conversion Bingyun Li, West Virginia University
- 04 Apr Biomass Conversion Steve Chmely, Penn State
- 11 Apr TEA Evaluation Tristan Brown, SUNY ESF
- 18 Apr LCA Evaluation Richard Bergman, USDA Forest Products Lab

Register once, and you will be able to attend as many of the webinars in the series as you like.
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