Cellulose

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On this page you will find news and information from Mid Sweden University, collected under the tag CELLULOSE. This page is created based on the tag you clicked to get here.

There are 25 English pages and 9 Swedish pages that are tagged with CELLULOSE. The content may vary depending on language.

Bruno Medronho new Visiting Professor in FSCN

Bruno Medronho is a new visiting professor at FSCN research centre. Bruno is an assistant researcher at Plant Biotechnology laboratory of the University of Algarve, Portugal. Bruno is a specialist ...

Treesearch Progress

On May 7-8 2019 we participated in Treesearch Progress at Vildmarkshotellet in Kolmården. Birgitta Engberg, Kaarlo Niskanen, Thomas Öhlund, Rana Alimohammadzadeh, Armando Cordova, Håkan Edlund and...

FMPRS seminar in Norrköping

On April 2-4 we arranged the 11th Fundamental Mechanical Pulp Research seminar in Norrköping together with our partner companies ÅF, Valmet, Holmen and Treesearch. Approx. 90 persons from academia...

Alf de Ruvo Scholarship for Amanda Mattsson

Amanda Mattsson has been awarded the Alf de Ruvo scholarship of 500 000 SEK for her work on Characterisation of time-dependent, statistical failure of cellulose fibre networks at Mid Sweden...

Blåbärssoppa och glass på SM-veckan

Under SM veckan bjöd vi på varm blåbärssoppa, mjukglass och päronsorbet gjord på flytande kväve i vår monter. Våra besökare fick också testa att göra såpbubblor som renar vatten!

Treesearch Science Fair in Stockholm

Treesearch arranged a Science Fair on May 31, 2018 in Stockholm. Nassima El Miri, Rana Alimohammadzadeh and Lisa Goclik joined the Fair and presented demos from their research. One of the guests wa...

FSCN and FORIC on Gröna Lund

On May 22 we gathered with partner companies and colleagues in the conference SPCI and Friends on Gröna Lund, Stockholm.

Biobased cellulose for future needs

Malin From is industrial PhD student in FORIC research school at FSCN research centre Mid Sweden University. She is working on regeneration of cellulose to create sustainable biobased cellulose fil...

The paper that is not afraid of water

You have probably heard a great many alarming reports about gigantic "garbage patches" in the seas and oceans, bags that end up in the natural environment and that will not degrade over five hundre...