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Newsletter 4 | 2012 chemical industry edition

10.5.2012   Biobased films and barrier coatings from hemicelluloses Hemicelluloses may become readily available if the production of dissolving pulp increases significantly, eg. in case of wood-based fibres to replace e.g. synthetic textile and...

Newsletter 3 | 2012

4.5.2012   Best inkjet print density without bleeding by optimized ink and coating interaction Optimize your print quality and inkjet efficiency with novel information about dye-based inkjet ink imbibition into calcium carbonate (CaCO3) pigmente...

Newsletter 2 | 2012

30.3.2012   A methodology for identifying the right opportunities for a forest biorefinery strategies Forest biorefinery is considered as potential future business for traditional forest industry. The current pulp and paper (P&P) industry's...

Newsletter 1 | 2012

13.2.2012   Transparent plastic-like packing material from birch fibril pulp VTT Technical Research Centre and Aalto University have developed a method which for the first time enables manufacturing of a wood-based and plastic-like material i...

Newsletter 7 | 2011

21.12.2011   Printing the future – VTT webinars presented the prospects In November 2011 VTT webcasted two webinars on the future prospects of printing industry value chain in Europe. It included three different roadmaps to renew and secure the...