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|Highlight ID||Title||Research Topic(s)||Year||Station|
|Improved Composites from Wood Flour and Mixed Plastics|
In a cooperative project with Louisiana State University, Forest Products Laboratory researchers have used crosslinking technologies, commonly u ...
|Resource Management and Use||2010||FPL|
|Increasing the Value of Slash by Use in Oriented Strand Board|
The project takes a closer look at chunkwood processing first developed in 1977 at the Northern Research Station lab in Houghton, MI. Branches a ...
|Wildland Fire and Fuels|
Resource Management and Use
|Nanocellulose Gels Spun Into Continuous Fibers for Use in Advanced Composites|
Forest Service scientists worked with the University of Wisconsin to spin nanocellulose gels into continuous fibers so that they can be used mor ...
|Resource Management and Use||2013||FPL|
|Softening of Biomass and Its Effect on Fuel Pellet Production|
Biomass such as torrefied wood or wheat straw are of increasing interest as fuel but are difficult to pelletize. Researchers are investigating t ...
|Resource Management and Use||2011||FPL|
|Wood-Plastic Composites Improved with Glass|
Adding microsized glass particles to wood-plastic composites creates a less dense but stiffer material for use in a variety of building applicat ...
|Resource Management and Use||2012||FPL|