Aim and Scope

  • wood science: anatomy, biology, chemistry, physics
  • wood mechanical and chemical technology, inter alia, sawmilling, composite wood products, wooden construction, furniture making, wood pulp, paper making
  • material engineering, biocomposites, nanocomposites
  • material management
  • environmental protection, safety of the processes, products and working stations
  • biotechnology
  • bioenergy, biofuels
  • forestry: harvesting and wood quality
  • wood-based industries economics

The Editorial Board of the journal especially welcomes articles concerning increase in wood resources (wood mobilisation); innovative composites and lignocellulosic materials; new trends in the protection, modification and finishing of wood; biorefining of raw wood material; "green" building; new technologies of wood waste recycling; sustainable development; innovation management; and business networks.
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