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Fête de la Science – Open day at MINES ParisTech with NanoHybrids aerogels

French research organisations currently invite the public to share their fascination about science and technology. The Fete de la Science started on 6 Ocrober 2018 and will end on 14 October 2018. Exhibitions and presentation stake place at all research places in France. At Sophia Antipolis, MINES ParisTech together with INRIA and INRA opened their […]

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AEROGELS 2018 – Cellulose aerogels – shaping and properties for tailored application

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 […]

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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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Innovation Award Imagin’Maïs for Lucile Druel, a researcher on NanoHybrids

Congratulations to Lucile Druel! She is doing her PhD in the group BIO under the supervision of Tatiana Budtova. The topic of the dissertation is cellulose aerogels in the frame of the European project Horizon 2020 “Nanohybrids”. Lucile got an award Prix Imagin’Maïs 2016/2017 in the “innovation” category for the work on starch aerogels

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Three projects for master students available at MINES ParisTech and Aalto University

The Centre for Materials Forming (CEMEF) of MINES ParisTech, Sophia Antipolis, in France offers three 6-months trainee positions for master students, one of them in the frame of Nanohybrids. “AEROBEADS – Cellulose aerogel beads” The internship will contribute to the development of a new genearation of nanoporous organic and hybrid ultra-light materials, aerogels,

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