These regular one page articles are topical, informative and educational, covering a range of aspects relating to wood and the timber business.
This is an ongoing series contributed by IOM3 members or contacts, published in the TTJ (Timber Trade Journal) and reproduced with their kind permission.
The next webinar in the NMA lunchtime series, ways to reinvent dyeing and textiles industry with a focus on sustainable future for textiles.
Want to develop your career in the wood industry and study at your own pace?
We offer a number distance learning courses leading to qualifications that can be followed at a time and pace to suit you. You can sign up to the following at any time throughout the year.
A course for those that wish to develop their career in the wood industry further.
International Wood Products Journal (formerly The Journal of the Institute of Wood Science) publishes peer reviewed contributions on all aspects of wood science, engineering and technology, its processing and applications.
IOM3 members have free online access to this journal (please log in and click on the "Access journals" page in the side menu to reveal the link to the Taylor & Francis portal)