Peter Carter holds a Bachelor of Forestry Science from University of Canterbury (1971) and a
Master of Technology Management from University of Waikato (2000). He has been a
champion for technology development and commercialisation for many years in the Forest
and Wood Processing Industry. With a diverse background of innovative projects such as
embryogenesis and vegetative propagation of forest species, evaluation of NZ native flax as a
paper making fibre, forest biosecurity, and the production of carbon from wood waste, Peter
has focused the 15 years on development and application of sonic technology to
improve the efficiency of wood processing by providing an efficient non-destructive ...