Sandy Marshall, Chair of Bioindustrial Innovation Canada’s (BIC) board of directors. talks about BIC’s role in building bioproduct clusters in Ontario and across Canada. BIC also supports entrepreneurial companies involved in sustainable chemistry. Primary aim is stimulate economic growth and employment in Ontario and nationally.
Sandy Marshall was interviewed at the 2nd Annual BioProducts Cluster Workshop held in Toronto, Ontario on March 30-31, 2016. Theme of the event was “Cellulosic Biorefining – From the Farm to the Customer”.
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