The University of Maine at Orono's wood science and technology program has begun
The University of Maine at Orono's wood science and technology program has begun to emerge as a regional center for research and development in solid wood products, and faculty in the program have received federal grants and other outside funding to support a number of new projects. The federal Department of Agriculture last year awarded the university a $616,000 wood utilization research grant to study wood decay, increased log yields and engineered wood products, and the school has applied for another $900,000 under the program this year. The Maine Timber Bridge Initiative, started in 1990, is the university's most visible research project. Details, related article.
Forest products industry, Maine Timber Bridge Initiative, University of Maine -- Orono
"The University of Maine at Orono's wood science and technology program has begun" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 12738.
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