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CREATING INDUSTRIES
FOR TOMORROW
THROUGH RESEARCH
AND INNOVATION

The Bioresource Processing Institute of Australia (BioPRIA) is an institute engaged in creating new industries and transforming established ones through education and research. Located within the Department of Chemical Engineering at Monash University, BioPRIA was established in 1989 by the Australasian pulp and paper industry, in conjunction with Monash University, and with the continued support of the Australian Government.

BioPRIA provides world-class technology-based research, development and training enabling sustainable innovation for a competitive Australian bio-manufacturing industry.

BioPRIA is pursuing the following three main research platforms to maximise the value of our renewable forest resources to create new value add products. The three platforms are aligned with our strategies and reflect combined strength across partner organisations.

Research and training go hand in hand at BioPRIA. BioPRIA offers a range of educational opportunities including an expert Masters Program in Bioproduct Manufacturing Engineering, Short Courses and Workshops that are designed to build technical and research capabilities as well as knowledge in entrepreneurship and management.

Stay up to date with the latest news from inside the world of BioPRIA. See how our research is creating new opportunities and markets from renewable resources.

A WORD FROM THE BioPRIA DIRECTOR

PROFESSOR GIL GARNIER

At BioPRIA we are dedicated to seeking knowledge and innovation to provide solutions to industry challenges. We support disciplinary experts with a research interest in biomass/bioresource materials, and collaborate with industry partners on research projects. Our researchers come from a wide range of multidisciplinary knowledge and they complement BioPRIA research capabilities. In addition, BioPRIA has established a reputation for excellence research programs, measured through grants and funding. Bioresource Advanced Manufacturing Initiative (BAMI) and Processing Advanced Lignocellulosics are examples of successful Industry Transformation Research hubs (ITRH) awarded to BioPRIA, by the government to support innovation in pulp and paper industry in Australia.

A WORD FROM THE BioPRIA DIRECTOR

PROFESSOR GIL GARNIER

At BioPRIA we are dedicated to seeking knowledge and innovation to provide solutions to industry challenges. We support disciplinary experts with a research interest in biomass/bioresource materials, and collaborate with industry partners on research projects. Our researchers come from a wide range of multidisciplinary knowledge and they complement BioPRIA research capabilities. In addition, BioPRIA has established a reputation for excellence research programs, measured through grants and funding. Bioresource Advanced Manufacturing Initiative (BAMI) and Processing Advanced Lignocellulosics are examples of successful Industry Transformation Research hubs (ITRH) awarded to BioPRIA, by the government to support innovation in pulp and paper industry in Australia.

OUR PARTNERS

Department of Chemical Engineering Monash University

PO Box 36
Clayton Victoria 3800

Telephone: +61 3 9905 3456
Facsimile: +61 3 9905 3413

BioPRIA provides world-class technology-based research, development and training enabling sustainable innovation for a competitive Australian bio-manufacturing industry.