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Cellulose is the Material of the Future

UBC researchers have developed a cellulose ink for 3D printing, with the potential to replace plastics in various applications.

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Faculty of Forestry Recognition Evening

April 29, 2021 5pm - 6pm

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Please join Dean John Innes, alumni, donors, students, faculty, and friends for our first virtual evening of celebration and recognition.

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Commonwealth Forestry Conference

August 16, 2021 Multi-Day

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Join us at the Twentieth Commonwealth Forestry Conference in August 2021. Share your view on the future of forests and people. Register today!

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Branchlines

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Welcome to Branchlines, a quarterly publication from the Faculty of Forestry. Featuring important news, engaging articles, exciting research, and more! Want to stay informed? Check out our current issue of Branchlines to find out what is happening in forestry and conservation, in BC and beyond.

Latest Issue - Spring 2021

Check out our Spring 2021 Branchlines, Volume 32. This edition looks at UBC Forestry’s first-ever virtual Commonwealth Forestry Conference, reconciliation through restoration, genomics in society, and cellulose as a material of the future. Want to learn more? Read on!

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Cellulose is the Material of the Future

UBC researchers have developed a cellulose ink for 3D printing, with the potential to replace plastics in various applications.

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Fraser River Estuary in Need of Urgent Intensive Care

There are 102 species at risk in the Fraser River estuary, but it’s not too late to save them. New conservation research can help solve this.

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Implementing Landscape-Scale Interventions in the Tropics

Chronicling two years of research in Ghana, Indonesia, and Zambia, this research outlines how integrated landscape approaches can address the challenges of land and resource management in multi-functional rural landscapes.

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