Project leader: Peter Olsén

Sustainable High Performance Polymers from Functional Building-Blocks Created in Water

The projects aim to develop new materials based on renewable resources. The synthetic strategy involved is highly modular. This modularity enables a plethora of monomeric building blocks in one step. The final materials originate from abundant, cheap, and renewable reactants, meaning that the developed material would apply to all applications, ranging from advanced biomedical applications …

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Renewable High-Performance Materials from the Forest with Designed Degradation – Next Generation of Plastic (Re-Design Plastic)

Sustainable material design can alleviate the environmental burden related to material waste. Use of available and abundant resources, create materials that can be recycled, and final degradability in nature is central to achieve this. The overarching aim of the proposal is to holistically design new materials from cellulose fibers by; developing new sustainable modification strategies, …

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