Forests play a very important role in the environment of the earth, and also provide wood resources that are continuously renewable, in contrast to fossil resources like petroleum and coal.
Studies and education on preservation, cultivation and continuous production of forest resources and on their better use for everyday life and culture are practiced in the Division of Forest and Biomaterials Science, with the goal of coexistence of forests and human beings.
This division is constituted of the following laboratories, and the teaching and research activities within the division and both international and interdisciplinary.
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