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Towards a European approach on Industrial Research Infrastructures

On March 1, 2018, Dr, Barbara Milow, DLR, followed the invitation of the European Commission and participated in the workshop “Towards a European approach on Industrial Research Infrastructures” which took place in Brussels. The workshop gathered stakeholders engaged in bringing research to the market, e.g. representatives of H2020 NMBP pilot projects as NanoHybrids.  Now, the […]

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RISE researcher receives half a million for the production of fossil-free aerogels

Fernando Alvarado at RISE Bioeconomy, one of the partners of NanoHybrids, is awarded this year’s Skills Prize from the Gunnar Sundblad Research Foundation. The award of SEK 500,000 will be used to initiate a Swedish research platform for cellulose-based aerogel particles that can, among other things, replace traditional absorbents, thickeners and microplastics. The prize has […]

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M30 Project Meeting at University of Athens

On 23 and 24 May 2018 we have been meeting for our sixth project meeting. This time we have been guests of NanoHybrids partner University of Athens, It is an inspiring feeling to be at the cradle of European democracy and culture and it is a great motivation to keep the hard work going for […]

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SLENTITE® wins 2018 German Design Award

SLENTITE®, the high-performance insulation material from BASF based on PU aerogel, has received the 2018 German Design Award from the Design Council. The distinction was awarded for excellent product design in the Building and Elements category.

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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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