At bioinnovation.se you can now read more about the graduate school and examples of ongoing projects. The
Professor Lars Wågberg tells kth.se about the first steps and the research that led to
The expanded investment in WWSC is part of the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation’s major investment in sustainable materials. The continuation of WWSC now receives SEK 380 million from the foundation for its research on the forest-based materials of the future.
The transparent wood is an example that the magazine Forskning & Framsteg brings up. The
In the program Vetenskapens värld (Swedish for World of Science), a series is currently ongoing
Now starts Resource-smart Processes – a national industrial graduate school for bio-based processes. The doctoral
Nano-structured bio-based materials (NBMs) offer solutions to many of the challenges that society faces today.
Nanocellulose aerogels are a relatively new type of lightweight material where around 99% of the
This year’s Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA) 100 list focuses on crisis preparedness and society’s
Much has happened since the first publication on the transparent wood; a bio composite that combines