Centre for Biocomposites & Biomaterials Processing (CBBP)

Organizational focus: The Centre for Biocomposites and Biomaterials Processing (CBBP) promotes sustainable growth and reduces industrial environmental impact by harnessing natural resources for biocomposites and biomaterials processing.

Who they are: Based at the University of Toronto, CBBP conducts multidimensional environmental sustainability and industrial efficiency research. CBBP is equipped with processing equipment and analytical instruments to guide researchers in developing efficient and sustainable materials.

What they offer: CBBP actively works with researchers and industry partners in developing advanced biocomposite materials, prototyping, and evaluating product performance. The centre conducts research projects that may be categorized into four areas: bioplastics research and development, cellulose-based micro and nanocomposite technology, industrial biomaterials and biocomposites manufacturing, and biomass technology. 


Centre for Biocomposites and Biomaterials Processing
University of Toronto
33 Willcocks St
Toronto, ON
M5S 3E8

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Published: April 15, 2024

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