Faster scaling up and commercialization is the goal of new EU cooperation in bio-based products. The project includes 27 different organizations from nine European countries, including Sweden, where MoRe Research Örnsköldsvik AB and RISE Processum are represented.
Postdoctoral fellow in Material Development with specialization in filter materials and network simulation
Are you a researcher interested in material science and innovative value-added forest-based products? Are your areas of expertise within fluid mechanics and are you experienced in modelling/simulations ? Then you might be the next member of our team!
Disposable items need to be more resource efficient in order for us to be able to handle the increased amount of waste that accompanies our modern lifestyle with food and drink on the go. To get a sustainable solution that involves increased source sorting in public places, RISE has started a project with Bower and Örnsköldsvik municipality.
In collaboration with KTH, MoRe Research has developed a simplified process for producing wood fibers with a high proportion of hemicellulose, so-called holocellulose. These fibers have interesting properties as they are well preserved, both chemically and mechanically, which means that they are particularly suitable for applications where high strength and stiffness are important.
Now it's time to sign up for a test comparison for Eucalyptus pulp in the PFI mill. The test comparison are open to all.