Meet PhD Hans Grundberg at 1st International Conference on Cellulose Fibres, 11 - 12 February 2020, Maternushaus, Cologne, Germany. It is a new International Conference on Cellulose Fibres, the fastest growing fibre group in textiles, the largest investment sector in the bio-based economy and the solution for avoiding microplastics.
Now it's time to sign up for a test comparison for mass ISO lightness as well as the PFI mill Softwood and Eucalyptus. The test comparisons are open to all.
Are you a senior researcher interested in material science and innovative value-added forest-based products? Do you have experience in research and leading research projects and programs? Then you might be our next employee!
Jessica Gard Timmerfors has received her article on her research on MCS wood chipping published on the TAPPI Journal, October 2019. Her research is about finding new drum type chipping techniques. Jessica is an industrial PhD student at Umeå University, with Professor Leif Jönsson as supervisor. Much of the practical work has been conducted in Örnsköldsvik, at MoRe Research with Torbjörn Sjölund as supervisor. From MCS, Sten Häggström's knowledge, commitment and experience has been an invaluable and necessary asset in the project.
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!
Oskar Westin is employed as researcher in MoRe’s research group and is also holding a postdoc position at KTH, Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. The task is to investigate new applications for nanocellulose in e.g. flame resistant material and the project is run in cooperation with KTH and WWSC, Wallenberg Wood Science Centre.
6th EPNOE International Polysaccharide Conference that will take place from 21st– 25th of October 2019, Aveiro Portugal. Dr Anna Svedberg presents the results of the research for the PlastiCel project: “Cellulose replaces plastic in future packaging materials: "Formation of cellulose-based foams with reinforcement of cellulose nanocrystals for porous architecture and thermal insulation” under the theme Polysaccharide based Nanocomposites.