New possibilities to optimize the sulfite process

Raghu Deshpande has in his PhD and postdoc works shown research results which open new opportunities to optimize the sulfite process. The results of seven years research were recently presented under the headlines “Sodium sulfite pulping of softwoods” and “Lignin-carbohydrate complexes studies during dissolving pulps production” at MoRe Research.

CNC experts gathered in Örnsköldsvik for workshop and pilot visit.

May 21 RISE Processum hosted a CNC Workshop arranged together with More Research. CNC pilot co-owners Holmen and Israeli start-up company Melodea also participated together with leading experts and stakeholders from industry, institutes and academia.

Degree project - develop analysis method for lignin

We have a degree project with a focus on green chemistry and you will have the opportunity to gain insight into several companies that work daily on biorefinery issues. If you are interested in environmental issues and want to create a unique network, please contact us!

 

Degree project - developing method of particle size distribution

We, together with Holmen Group Iggesunds bruk, are looking for an engineering student for degree projects where the task is to develop a method for particle size distribution, beginning in autumn 2019. Here there are great opportunities to create networks for future work.

Filtering in several different scales

MoRe together with RISE Processum has equipment for performing filtering in several different scales, ranging from 0.5 cubic meters down to milliliters, which gives you the opportunity to perform good screening experiments but also for scaling up. We also have strong expertise in this area, so please contact us for further discussions.



Surveys linked to thermal power station in Lövsta and a new harbor

AquaBiota has performed surveys before the development of the thermal power station in Lövsta and the construction of a new harbor for Sweco Environment AB.

eDNA for early detection of deadly infectious disease

New article. eDNA detects schistostomiasis (snail fever), the second largest cause of death in the world after malaria. The article presents a paradigm shift in moving from disease control to elimination.