Fine cellulosic particles like MFC and NFC have recently drawn a lot of attention. With new activities in the field of biorefinery our focus in recent years has been on the fines fraction of pulps already showing properties very similar to what is generally adressed as MFC.
We explore biobased and sustainable materials that serve in next-generation energy storage technologies. Central to these efforts is to employ regionally available raw materials to make energy storage more sustainable.
Understanding the physical and chemical mechanisms
for mechanical-, optical- and surface properties as well as liquid interactions of paper is the basis for successful product development and process improvement.