A brochure has been developed that describes the seven AFRI CAP projects working within the biofuels challenge area at USDA NIFA. This information was developed primarily by the extension team at Advanced Hardwood Biofuels Northwest.
You can view and download the entire brochure here.
NARA is tasked to provide a supply chain analysis for converting forest residuals to biojet fuel and lignin-based co-products within the northwestern United States defined within the Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Montana state borders. University students and their mentors, through the Integrated Design Experience (IDX) course, provide much of the work …more
One of the five NARA project goals is to increase bioenergy literacy among students, educators, professionals and the general public. For students and educators, NARA funds and participates in a number of programs targeted to K-12 and higher education students.
For a listing of the student education opportunities provided by NARA, view here.
Developing and distributing curricula that translates NARA research to middle …more
Over 100 participants attended the Joint Center for Aerospace Technology Innovation (JCATI) Symposium held April 21st at Washington State University in Pullman Washington. JCATI was established in 2012 by the Washington state governor and legislature to foster industry and academia collaboration within Washington State. Some of the topics for the …more
Posted by Michael Wolcott, NARA project co-director
NARA is well represented at CAAFI’s flagship meeting around alternative aviation fuels. We are joining a majority of the biofuels industry, the US air carriers, Boeing, FAA, USDA, DOE, NIST, EPA, and …more