Efficient Processing of Lignin to Bioproducts and Biofuels II

Chair(s):
Yang, B., Washington State University Tri-Cities
Co-chair(s):
Ragauskas, A. J., University of Tennessee
Yuan, J., Texas A&M Univrsity

The current vision of biorefineries undervalues lignin’s potential to address the world’s product requirements. Utilizing lignin feedstock for production of high value bio-products along with biofuels offers a significant opportunity to enhance the overall operation efficiency, carbon conversion efficiency, economic viability, and sustainability of biofuels production. This technical session provides a platform for presentation of innovative research results and ideas related to the lignin conversion. The session covers valorization of lignin, depolymerization, and bio/chemical catalytic conversion to specific products.

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