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Interview with Patrina Paraskevopoulou, visiting research fellow at TUHH

Professor Patrina Paraskevopoulou, Assistant Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at the Department of Chemistry of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA) spent a DAAD scholarship of three months at the Institute of Thermal Separation Processes at TUHH in Hamburg. The interview was conducted on 23 January 2018, ten days before she ended her research […]

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Visit of professor Natalia Menshutina to the Insitute of Thermal Separation at TUHH

On Friday, 26 January 2018, professor Natalia Menshutina from MUCTR will visit the Insitute of Thermal Separation at TUHH. The team of professor Irina Smirnova and professor Natalia Menshutina will talk about the progress and current results achieved in NanoHybrids. One major topic of the meeting will be the exploration of further exploitation opportunities  of […]

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New plant for producing aerogels built in TUHH’s pilot and research facility

  A new plant for producing aerogels – highly porous nanoparticles – has been built in the technology centre at Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH). The plant, jointly financed by the EU research project “NanoHybrids” and by industry, enables prototype aerogels to be produced for direct industrial tests for the first time.The skill and experience […]

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International Youth Summer School: Aerogels: from laboratory to industry

The Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia (MUCTR) is organising an International Youth Summer School: Aerogels: from laboratory to industry.

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Aerogels – the world’s lightest solids: International project meeting of NanoHybrids at TUHH

The EU research project NanoHybrids, uniting well-known partners from European research and industry, can report its first successes: New methods have been developed for manufacturing organic and hybrid aerogels and they have already been used to produce initial small quantities of organic aerogels. Industry and research partners have cooperated closely to achieve this. Thus significant […]

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