Alberta Bio Future (ABF) and its sub-programs focus primarily on projects that add value to biomass in agriculture and forestry, and create new and improved bioindustrial products and bioindustrial technologies.
The ABF Lignin Challenge 1.0 sub-program supports early-stage work to demonstrate technical feasibility of lignin in high-value applications with potential for commercialization. We are offering this funding in partnership with West Fraser, an integrated forest products company.
This sub-program is closed to new applications. Researchers at Canadian institutions, companies or other organizations were eligible to apply. Sixteen projects were approved.
Download Program Guidelines for Alberta Bio Future, Lignin Challenge 1.0 to find out more.