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Workshop presentations


Mike Bevan, John Innes Centre Introduction


Alfredo Aguilar, European Commission, DG Research Biorefineries and Biofuels in FP7: a European perspective


Richard Templer, The Porter Alliance

Multidisciplinary Approaches to Bioenergy Research

Calliope Panoutsou, Imperial College, Biofuels ETP Availability and supply of biomass: A research roadmap to meet the increasing demand


Paul Dupree, Univ. Cambridge Polysaccharide composition


Angela Karp, Rothamsted Research Biomass Crop Improvement
Nilay Shah, Imperial College Composition and Conversion


Jeremy Woods, Imperial College Sustainability and biofuel production


Steve Long, Univ. Illinois, Champaign-Urbana Development of Second Generation Biofuel Crop


Wout Boerjan, VIB Gent Lignin Biosynthesis


Michele Morgante, Udine Bioenergy crops: Poplar


Iain Donnison, Univ. Aberystwyth Bioenergy crops: Miscanthus


Rishi Bhalerao, Umea Plant Sciences Wood development


Gregory Mouille, INRA Versailles Cell wall dynamics


Simon Warner, Syngenta

Making Cost Effective Cellulosic Biofuel: Achieving High-Level Expression of Exo-Glucanase Cellulases in Plants

Ian Graham, CNAP, Univ. York Lipids and Oils


Merja Penttilä, VTT Biotechnology, Espoo Metabolic engineering


Peter Williams, ABN, Peterborough Co-production


All presentations are available upon request

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