Raju Pokharel and Emily Huff from the Michigan State University Department of Forestry, along with team members from FCCP, have partnered with U.S. Endowment to explore how the forest sector can use blockchain technology to track forest products and their associated carbon storage from cradle to grave.
The project will involve several developmental phases. Outputs will include the creation of a blockchain system in cooperation with Chainparency along with communication to a wide range of stakeholders who may be interested in implementing blockchain within the Forestry sector.
Learn more about the project by visiting the FCCP Projects + Research page.
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The MSU Innovation Center is dedicated to fostering innovation, research commercialization, and entrepreneurial activities from the research and discovery happening across our campus every day. We act as the primary interface for researchers aiming to see their research applied to solving real-world problems and making the world a better place to live. We aim to empower faculty, researchers, and students within our community of scholars by providing them with the knowledge, skills, and opportunities to bring their discoveries to the forefront. Through strategic collaborations with the private sector, we aim to amplify the impact of faculty research and drive economic growth while positively impacting society. We foster mutually beneficial, long-term relationships with the private sector through corporate-sponsored research collaborations, technology licensing discussions, and support for faculty entrepreneurs to support the establishment of startup companies.
This story was first published by the MSU Department of Forestry.