FLORIDA CENTER FOR RENEWABLE CHEMICALS AND FUEL

Overview

FCRC was established in January 2002 with the primary goal of facilitating research and graduate education throughout the State University System in the multi-disciplinary areas of renewable chemicals and fuels. The Center provides a vehicle to solve new technological challenges, serves as a forum to foster productive interactions among faculty and students, assists faculty in the development of competitive research grants, and increases the visibility of this important activity at the state and national levels. FCRC promotes a new concept in Florida with broad implications at the national and international levels - the creation of biorefineries that use renewable products from agriculture as feedstocks to replace petroleum-based products.

Fall 2017 Calendar

**Seminars are at Noon at the MCS Conference Room 1054

September 15, 2017     Visitors from ICRISAT, India

September 22, 2017     Ajay Sharma, Indian Oil Co., India

September 29, 2017     Liang Wang                           

October 13, 2017         Vermerris (TBA)       

October 20, 2017         Gaya Yadav (Jiang)

October 27, 2017         Vermerris (TBA)

November 3, 2017       JC (Maupin-Furlow)

November 17, 2017     Shanyu Meng (Tong)                         

December 1, 2017       Soil & Water Science (TBA)