R&D Breakthroughs in Biomaterials, Packaging and Media

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Nanocellulose enabling formable, strong and lightweight structures for e.g. interior construction

Cellulose Micro/nanofibrils have inherent binding ability to fibre matrices which include paper and carton board. Cellulosic fibres may be foamed using defined approaches to form self-standing structures upon drying. These features have been used to create fibre matrix structures which may serve as interior building and decoration materials.

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