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Final Project Meeting of NanoHybrids at the Energiecampus Nürnberg

On Friday, 12 April 2019, the NanoHybrids project team met for their final project meeting at the Energiecampus Nürnberg, Germany. Aim of the meeting was to summarize the main achievements after 3.5 years of collaboration and to think about next steps to advance research, development and application of aerogels further. Coordinator Prof. Smirnova started the […]

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Session “NanoHybrids” at PARTEC 2019 – Final scientific project presentation

Today, April 11, 2019, the final results of 42 months research and innovation on novel organic and hybrid aerogel particle production will be presented at PARTEC 2019. A whole session “NanoHybrids” is devoted to disseminate the scientific achievements. The session covers relevant aspects related to the realisation of industrial production of a class of novel […]

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Presentation of NanoHybrids results at PARTEC and POWTECH on 9–11 April 2019

In cooperation with well-known industrial partners, the European research project NanoHybrids has successfully developed production systems for organic aerogel particles and manufactured larger quantities of these novel materials for the first time. This represents an important step towards industrial mass production and application of particulate aerogels by the industrial and research consortium. Results and products […]

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“The dynamism in NanoHybrids is a great experience” – Interview with Victor Baudron, PhD candidate at TUHH

Victor Baudron is one of the early-stage researchers in NanoHybrids. He will soon finalize his PhD. Before he will leave for his next career step in the industry, we took the opportunity to talk to him about his PhD research and his experience with the project.

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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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