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Novel aerogels on the way from the laboratory to the pilot scale – Project meeting of the EU project NanoHybrids on November 14 and 15, 2018 takes stock

Interim results after three years of project duration: The EU research project NanoHybrids will meet on 14 and 15 November 2018 for its project meeting in Hamburg. Aerogels and their pilot scale production for industrial applications are at the heart of the project. With their nanoporous structure, aerogels are the lightest solids in the world […]

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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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TUHH succeeded in a major step towards lignin based aerogels

Biobased aerogels offer many opportunities for new applications beyond those developed in the NanoHybrids project. The Intitute of Thermal Separation Processes at TUHH now succeeded in the first production of lignin-polyurethane aerogel panels.

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Apply for Advanced Porous Materials PhD Award (Deadline 31st July 2018)

PhD candidates working on aerogels – This is your chance! Apply before 31st July 2018 to info@advapor.org The Association of Advanced Porous Materials (Advapor) is to offer a € 3000 award to the “best” PhD completed in the field of Advanced Porous Materials.

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“Aerogel – the material of the future” – Prelude to 4th International Seminar on Aerogels

The fourth International Seminar on AEROGELS – 2018 is fast approaching. It will take place in Hamburg on 24 – 26 September 2018 in Hamburg. The Seminar is chaired by Prof Smirnova, Institute of Thermal Separation Processes, TUHH, and Dr. Michel Perrut, Atelier Fluides Super Critiques, Nyons, France. 

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