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|Highlight ID||Title||Strategic Program Area(s)||Year||Station|
|Enabling cellulose nanomaterial commercialization|
Cellulose nanomaterials are a high-value product that can be made from low-value wood.
|Water, Air, and Soil|
Resource Management and Use
|Forest Service Continues To Make a Better Postage Stamp|
Latest research reduces the environmental effect of stamp materials
|Resource Management and Use||2012||FPL|
|How Does Wood Decay Start?|
How do fungi rot wood? Using new tools, fluorescent dye attached to tiny beads, and laser confocal microscopy, Forest Service scientists were ab ...
|Resource Management and Use||2015||FPL|
|Scientists Determine Critical Factors that Caused Peroxide Explosion in Paper Mill|
In 2001, a peroxide bleach stage at a paper mill in Evadale, Texas, exploded, rupturing two bleaching towers, destroying a pump, and propelling ...
|Resource Management and Use||2013||FPL|