Department of Forest Biomaterials and Technology
The department carries out high-quality research as well as under- and postgraduate education on an international level. We collaborate with both society and industry to develop a bio-based economy where forest biomaterials are an important resource.
06 December 2022 Forest science
Biodiversity in focus for UN delegates and forest researchersOn 7-19 December governmental and organisational representatives meet at the UN conference COP15 ...
05 December 2022 Forest science
Boreal forests turn into a carbon sink within 10 years of clearcuttingTree growth determines the forest carbon balance at the landscape level in northern managed...
02 December 2022 Forest management
Workshop on EU forest monitoringFebruary sees SLU hosting an international workshop focusing on future EU-wide forest monitoring.
25 November 2022 Forest science
Record year for grants for research on broadleaves and alternative silvicultureClimate change, environmental factors and multiple goals increase the demands on the Swedish...
24 November 2022 Forest science
New research grants for spruce breeding and mechanisms behind a cereal diseaseVahideh Rafiei and Malin Elfstrand have been awarded research grants from Formas' open call for...
17 November 2022 Forest science
Soil fungal conservation values and contributions to soil carbon dynamicsHow fast soil organisms in boreal forests break down and store carbon has great significance for...
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