Since 2009, CRIBE has deployed $27 Million in innovation funding throughout Ontario.

CRIBE is currently supporting innovative projects through our Nexfor Funding Challenges.

 

Below is a map of the projects funded by CRIBE.

FPInnovations

TMP-Bio Pilot Facility

CRIBE Funding: $2,150,000

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Lakehead University

Production of Water Soluble Products from Tall Oil Lignin

CRIBE Funding: $150,000

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Economic Fibre Supply Model (EFSM), Pilot

CRIBE

CRIBE Funding: $55,000

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Nextfor

CRIBE

CRIBE Funding: $800,000

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Pioneer Construction Inc.

Use of lignin-based asphalt concrete in a Canadian context

CRIBE Funding: $200,000

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Lakehead University

The Precision Forestry Pilot Project

CRIBE Funding: $106,540 (Completed)

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Rutter Urban Forest Ltd.

Bio-Energy Demonstration

CRIBE Funding: $168,500 (Completed)

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FPInnovations

Bio Economy Technology Centre

CRIBE Funding: $7,145,816 (Completed)

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Lakehead BRI

Cellulosic Bioethanaol from Poplar Wood: By-product Value-adding

CRIBE Funding: $894,850 (Completed)

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Confederation College

Bioenergy Learning and Research Centre

CRIBE Funding: $467,212 (Completed)

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Lakehead University

Development of a process to treat pulping/bleaching effluent with fly ash

CRIBE Funding: $100,000 (Completed)

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Economic Fibre Supply Model (EFSM), Development

KBM Resources Group

CRIBE Funding: $45,000 (Completed)

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White River Forest Products

Transforming of Ontario Sawmills

CRIBE Funding: $1,000,000 (Completed)

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Woodbridge Foam Group

Uniquely Canadian Approach to Significantly Increase the Renewable Content in Automotive Polyurethane Foam

CRIBE Funding: $524,400

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Woodbridge Foam Group

Forestry Products Derived Bio-Char as Performance Enhancing Additives

CRIBE Funding: $961,375 (Completed)

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Haliburton Forest Biochar

Renewable Carbon Production as Viable Substitute to Fossil Products

CRIBE Funding: $1,020,525

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Magna Exteriors and Interiors Corp.

Develop Wood Fibre Based Composites for Use in Automotive and Packaging Applications.

CRIBE Funding: $1,300,000 (Completed)

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Thesis Chemistry

Production of High-Value Oxo-Aromatic Chemicals From Precipitated Kraft Lignin

CRIBE Funding: $180,380 (Completed)

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Greenfield Ethanol

(G2 BioChem) Production of Value Added Products from Poplar Hemicellulose

CRIBE Funding: $1,791,119 (Completed)

Greenfield Ethanol Twin Screw Project

CRIBE Funding: $1,168,985 (Completed)

Greenfield Ethanol Anaerobic Digestor

CRIBE Funding: $888,413 (Completed)

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Laurentian University

Laurentian University School of Architecture – Demonstration Project

CRIBE Funding: $350,000 (Completed)

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Iogen Corporation

Conversion of Ontario Forest Biomass to Advanced Second Generation Biofuel

CRIBE Funding: $450,000

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Ensyn Technologies Inc.

Market Development & Product De-Risking of a Novel Renewable Fuel

CRIBE Funding: $1,500,000 (Completed)

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Domtar Inc.

Transforming of Ontario Forestlands Operations

CRIBE Funding: $22,000 (Completed)

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First Resources Management Group Inc.

Commercializing SkyForest Technology by Developing an Automated, Accurate Forest Inventory

CRIBE Funding: $108,765 (Completed)

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Domtar

Innovative Fibre and Lignin Based Biocomposites Centre

CRIBE Funding: $450,000

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Element5 Co.

Enabling the Use of Ontario Wood in CLT Manufacturing

CRIBE Funding: $2,000,000

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Roseburg Forest Products

Lignin-Based Adhesives for Engineered Wood Products and Cross Laminated Timber (CLT)

CRIBE Funding: $500,000

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The Centre for Research and Innovation in the Bio-Economy provides financial support for the commercialization of research and innovation findings while transferring new technologies to industry in Ontario, Canada and globally. CRIBE will facilitate the creation of new products, new processes, new businesses, new jobs and new wealth for Ontario’s forest dependent communities.