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What does BC stand for?

BC stands for Biocomposites Centre


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The Sustainable Ryegrass Products (STARS) project will be led by the BioComposites Centre at Bangor University and the Institute of Biological Environmental and Rural Sciences at Aberystwyth University and informed by industry partners including Waitrose.
The Sustainable Ryegrass Products (STARS) project will be led by the BioComposites Centre at Bangor University and the Institute of Biological Environmental and Rural Sciences at Aberystwyth University and informed by industry partners including upmarket grocer Waitrose.
Operated by Bangor University's BioComposites Centre, new equipment at the facility, purchased as part of the pounds 20m BEACON project, will allow students and staff at Mona to work with industry to produce new composite materials for the construction and packaging sectors.
The new BioProducts and BioRefining Technology Transfer Centre research base on Llangefni Industrial Estate is to be operated by Bangor University's BioComposites Centre.
Dr Adam Charlton from the BioComposites Centre described recent developments as a "major step" towards something special and unique that will place Wales "at the forefront of innovation".
Dr Fowler was formerly director of the Gwalchmai, Anglesey, based BioComposites Centre, a multidisciplinary centre specialising in innovative bio-materials for industry to develop collaborations with companies of all sizes.
All crops will ultimately be analysed for fibre quality at the biocomposites centre at the university.
Also on the panel is Dr John Valentine, head of the non-forage crops team at Iger, Aberystwyth, who will discuss bio-energy's potential for reducing climate change, and Dr Graham Ormondroyd, of Bangor University's Biocomposites Centre, who will speak on the need for standardisation and testing in solid bio-fuel.

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