Congress Report/Book Reviews Congress Report Seventh International Symposium on Wood and Pulping Chemistry, May 25-28,1993, Beijing, P.R. China After Stockholm (1981), Tsukuba (Japan 1983), Vancouver (1985), Paris (1989), Raleigh (NC, USA 1989) and Melbourne (1991), the seventh ISWPC took place in Beijing International Hotel, Beijing, P.R. China, on May 25-28,1993. The eighth ISWPC is scheduled to take place in Helsinki, June 6-9, 1995. Thus, as pointed out at the Farewell Dinner by J.L. McCarthy, the coming ISWPC will be held at the site where its idea was born, at the Euchem Symposium, June 9-10, 1980 in Helsinki (see Congress Report in Holzforschung 34(1980), p. 182). Being the largest regular international symposium in its field, the size and character of this symposium have changed little since the so-called "Ekman days" in Stockholm in 1981, with the only exception being that the Beijing symposium was combined with the 1993 Symposium on Cellulose and Lignocellulosics Chemistry. The 7th ISWPC was attended by some 280 participants from 21 countries. 130 oral and 120 poster presentations were offered in four parallel sessions dealing with (1) Biosynthesis and chemical structure of wood and wood components (11 oral presentations), (2) Chemistry of pulping and bleaching
Holzforschung - International Journal of the Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Technology of Wood – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 1993
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