Video: Renewable biofuels process yields multiple benefits

By Betsy Fradd, Advanced Hardwood Biofuels

biofuels-productsEVERETT, Wash. – Keyboards, paints and fleece jackets have something in common. Each can be produced using a conversion process from renewable poplar trees.

The Washington State University Extension Advanced Hardwood Biofuels Northwest team explains how in this short, informative video:

Next Story

Recent News

Announcing the search for a new provost

As WSU continues to evolve, the dual role of provost and Pullman campus chancellor is being divided into two separate positions.

The past is not that long ago

Washington State Magazine explores the complicated ties that continue to reverberate between the Pacific Northwest’s indigenous tribes and the first Jesuit priest to the region.

Aging societies more vulnerable to collapse

Societies and political structures, like the humans they serve, appear to become more fragile as they age, according to an analysis of hundreds of pre-modern societies.