14 Oct 2020 - 15:18
On 8 October, 2020, during the Extraordinary General Meeting of the Latvian Academy of Sciences, the winners of the Latvian Academy of Sciences awards were congratulated, among whom was the leading researcher of the Latvian State Institute of Wood Sciences Dr. chem. Ingeborga Andersone, who received:
Arvīds Kalniņš award in Forest Science, Wood Research and Processing for the set of works "Wood durability solutions: protection products and methods".
8 Sep 2020 - 16:06
Doctoral Thesis. Development of Renewable Feedstock Based Rigid Polyurethane Foam and Nanoclay Composites
To be granted the scientific degree of Doctor of Science (Ph. D.), the present Doctoral Thesis had been submitted for the defence at the open meeting of RTU Promotion Council on September 3, 2020 at 14:00 at the Faculty of Materials Science and Applied Chemistry of Riga Technical University, 3/7 Paula Valdena Street , Room 272.
8 Sep 2020 - 15:22
Doctoral Thesis. Life Cycle Assessment of Renewable Polyol Monomers for Polyurethane Production
To be granted the scientific degree of Doctor of Science (Ph. D.), the present Doctoral Thesis had been submitted for the defence at the open meeting of RTU Promotion Council on August 27, 2020 at 4 p.m. online.
Bio-based Industries Consortium (BIC) named LSIWC as a significant stakeholder of Bioeconomy in Latvia
28 May 2020 - 11:27
Bio-based Industries Consortium (BIC) has published the first three in a series of new reports mapping bio-based potential and opportunities for green growth in Central and Eastern Europe 05.05.2020.
Birch outer bark suberinic acids binder for the production of harmless furniture, particle boards and plywood
10 Mar 2020 - 14:33
The suberinic acids binder is a natural, biological and innovative material obtained from birch outer bark. It has many unique properties, due to which the suberinic acids binder excellently replaces formaldehyde resins, soy flour-based and pMDI binders for use in the manufacture of furniture, particle boards and plywood.
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