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Jet Cutter Technology as new production method for large amounts of aerogel beads identified by NanoHybrids
NanoHybrids achieved the production of bio-based aerogel beads in industrial scale for the first time. Two main methods have been developed, tested and employed. On one hand, well-known emulsion-gelation has been transferred into a continuous process especially suitable for small aerogel beads; on the other hand, the jetcutting method has been identified as a potential […]
Today, the third day of AEROGELS 2018, sees six lectures presented by partners of the NanoHybrids consortium. Half of these lectures are directly associated to research during NanoHybrids. One lecture highlights the innovation potential which can be achieved by collaborative research and development.Shortly before the final award ceremony, the creative early-stage researchers Lucile Druel (MINES […]
Today the EuroNanoForum 2017 has started. EuroNanoForum focuses on how nano and materials technologies can strengthen competitiveness across all European industries. 1000 delegates meet in 3 plenaries and 15 sessions, 100 speakers are engaged.
Lucile Druel (Armines – MinesParisTech Cemef): A few words about my stay in Innventia In the frame of Nanohybrids project, I have spent one week in RISE, Stockholm, from the 27th to the 31st of March 2017. The purpose of this stay was to make beads based on pulps of various cellulose/hemicellulose/lignin compositions prepared by […]Read More
On December 15th to 16th a practical workshop on the JetCutter Technology and Digital Image Analysis was organized by the Institute of Materials Research of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in Cologne. Several PhD students and postdocs from Hamburg University of Technology, Koç University from Istanbul, Turkey and Mines ParisTech from Sophia Antipolis, France came […]