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  • Dr. Steven Keller is a Professor in the Department of Chemical, Paper and Biomedical Engineering at Miami University specializing in measurement and characterization of structural properties and the mathematical analyses of heterogeneities. ...

  • Now is a great time to take advantage of virtual learning with customizable eLearning courses. The National Network for Pulp & Paper Technology Training ( NPT2 ) comprehensive eLearning courses are designed to quickly and thoroughly train both ...

  • ATLANTA (May 6, 2020) –   A new stand-alone training resource is now available for professionals and operations personnel at all levels in the plastics film industry, including plastic film manufacturing, converting, equipment suppliers and polymer ...

  • Martin A. Hubbe  is a professor and Buckman Distinguished Scientist at North Carolina State University, teaching and conducting research related to the colloidal chemistry of cellulosic materials, with a particular focus on papermaking wet-end ...

  • Have you heard? Kraft Recovery Boilers, 3 rd Edition is now available from TAPPI Press! This much-anticipated edition brings together the previous work and research of the past 20 years into a single, integrated, coherent portrayal of recovery boiler ...


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  • Fiberglass Mat Technology Committee Meeting is still happening in October 2020!

    Thursdays

    October 1, 8, 15, and 22

    11AM-1PM EDT


    Join TAPPI’s Nonwoven Engineers and Technologists (NET) Division for four sessions in October as we cover the topics that matter most to the industry.

    Each week’s session will focus on a different topic and provide insight from two or three different industry experts. Q&A will follow each session.

    Sessions include:

    • October 1: Market--featuring the ever-popular 3M Annual Economic Forecast and a two-part presentation, Basic and Practical Aspects of Papermaking.
    • October 8: Technology—learn about Advances in Fiberglass Mat Online Measurement Techniques and Binder and Coating Application on Wetlaid Nonwoven Glass Fiber Mat
    • October 15: Workforce—gain insight into how industry and local community college interactions can help improve employee recruitment efforts and employee development. Learn about the strategies mills have undertaken to shore up the knowledge gap in their organizations and how they are adapting to the changing workforce.
    • October 22: Safety—details to come.

    View the program and meet the presenters.

    Registration for this virtual series is open. You can register for individual sessions or the entire series—the choice is yours!

    Plans can change... especially these days. Registration is now modifiable. Modifying your registration is easy.

  • The TAPPI Journal Vault is Open

    Open Access Allows Free Downloads of TAPPI Journal Articles Dating Back to 1989

    TAPPI Journal’s (TJ) modified Open Access (OA) publishing model makes it easier than ever to access its published articles, which in turn, increases researcher engagement and makes research more visible.

    How does it work? For the first year after publication, TAPPI members are able to download articles published in TJ for free as an exclusive member benefit and nonmembers can download the articles for a fee. On the one-year anniversary of the issue’s publication, the articles are accessible at no charge to everyone.

    Currently there are over 4,300 articles available to download for free with more added each month. Don’t be overwhelmed! You can easily search by topic, author or issue date from tappi.org.

    TAPPI also curates the best of the best TJ OA articles in a special  TAPPI Journal Throw Back Thursday (#TJTBT) campaign on social media. Simply follow TAPPI on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and watch for the #TJTBT posts where we shine the spotlight on award winning articles, special issues and key contributors. Join the new TAPPI Journal LinkedIn Group for more insights into what’s happening with TJ.