Professor Daniel Söderberg, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Coffee will be served at 15:00 and the seminar begins at 15:15. Feel free to stay and mingle after the talk.
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Abstract: With the challenge for a sustainable society, bio-based materials provide an attractive route for ensuring recyclability at some structural level, given that they originate from renewable resources. Materials from the forest are widely used as sawn timber, paper, packaging and tissue materials. By selective extraction and modification of Nature’s building blocks, it is possible to fabricate other advanced and functional material concepts that can play an important role in society. The characterisation techniques made available by synchrotron and neutron facilities provide important tools that will allow necessary scientific research and technical development to be performed. A set of examples of these developments will be presented and discussed.