Flowering wild cardoon with bee

Mixing Miscanthus and wildflowers for sustainable bioenergy

Research involving the University of Hohenheim in Stuttgart, Germany, shows positive effects of mixing wildflowers with…

Editorial office / Stuttgart

Clarian's pre-commercial biorefinery in Straubing, Germany

Miscanthus promising feedstock for lignocellulosic sugars and ethanol

Tests show that miscanthus, also known as elephant grass or China reed, proves itself as an…

Editorial office / Straubing

Miscanthus at sunset

Sugar cane cultivation in a temperate climate

Researchers from the University of Illinois in the US and the University of Aarhus in Denmark…

Editorial office / United States

Miscanthus at sunset

British CEO invests £2 million in Elephant Grass

Nat le Roux, CEO of Scotgold (gold investments) and ex-CEO of the brokerage house IG Group,…

Editorial office / Lincoln

Ample opportunities and challenges

Ample opportunities and challenges

Slowly but surely, natural fibres are finding their way into widely varying markets such as construction,…

Editorial office / Raamsdonksveer