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About Thomas Canam

My research focuses on using plants for bioenergy and bioproduct applications. One aspect of my research involves using biotechnology
to tailor plant traits for specific applications, such as bioethanol production.
I am also interested in using bacteria and fungi as pretreatment agents of agricultural residues destined for biomass-to-bioenergy processes, such as gasification. At EIU, my research will complement the numerous green energy initiatives on campus, including the Renewable Energy Center (http://www.eiu.edu/fpm/erec.php) and the Center for Clean Energy Research and Education (http://castle.eiu.edu/energy/).

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Present Associate Professor, Eastern Illinois University Biological Sciences
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