Cocoboards: Intercultural Cooperation and Development12.05.2017
In search of inexpensive building materials for the Philippines, researchers have developed an environmentally friendly technology to produce construction panels made of crop residue from the coconut harvest. An example for sustainable intercultural cooperation.
Date and Time
12 May 2017
Bern University of Applied Sciences
BFH Cooperation and Development
Solothurnstrasse 102, Biel
|10h15||Global Context and Scientific Approach|
Frédéric Pichelin, Head of Institute for Materials and Wood Technology, Bern University of Applied Sciences
|10h45||Cocoboards: Technology Development, Transfer and Upscaling|
Sauro Bianchi, Bern University of Applied Sciences
|11h15||Cooperation Beyond Scientific Networks|
Ueli Jezler, Deputy Head of Center for Development and Cooperation, Bern University of Applied Sciences
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