Auburn University researchers aim to fuel new markets from hurricane-ravaged timber

The research is funded by a $1.05 million federal appropriation to the U.S. Forest Service, an agency of the USDA. These funds will be allocated to four Auburn research teams led by faculty members Sole Peresin, assistant professor of forest biomaterials; Tom Gallagher, the Regions Professor of Forest Operations; Brian Via, the Regions Professor of Forest Products; and Yucheng Peng, assistant professor of sustainable packaging systems. Each researcher will work with a Forest Service representative.

Graeme Lockaby, the Clinton-McClure Professor in the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, said the idea began as he spoke to landowners who were facing the ravages of Hurricane Michael, a Category 5 tropical cyclone that made landfall Oct. 10, 2018, and obliterated hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of timber in the Southeast.  

Landowners had just 30 days to extract downed timber because the region’s hot, wet climate

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Theranostics: Global Markets

Report Scope: This report provides an updated review of theranostics, including materials, equipment, and strategies, and identifies current and emerging applications for theranostic products.

New York, Oct. 20, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — announces the release of the report “Theranostics: Global Markets” –

The analyst delineates the current market status for theranostics, defines trends, and presents growth forecasts for the next five years.The theranostics market is analyzed based on the following segments: category, product type, application, and region.

In addition, technological issues, including key events and the latest developments, are discussed.

More specifically, the market analysis conducted for this report is divided into five sections.

In the first section, an introduction to the topic and a historical review of theranostic technology are provided, including an outline of recent events. In this section, current and emerging applications for theranostics are also identified and grouped in segments (oncology, cardiovascular diseases, respiratory

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