Process technology, industrial biotechnology, biomaterials science, metals and minerals recovery processes and active and functional materials are the focus areas of research at the School of Chemical Engineering. In these areas, the focus is on the development of environmentally-friendly and energy-efficient processes for the refining of wood, other bio-masses, and inorganic raw materials. The school's research teams also develop new materials and their applications based on these raw materials.
Greenhouse utilising pulp mill residual streams wins Finnish Forest Industries Federation’s Innovation Contest for Students
Greenhouse utilising pulp mill residual streams wins innovation contest
This innovation developed by Aalto University students may revolutionise Finnish food production by means of the circular economy.
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Companies want to develop innovations from biomaterials together with FinnCERES
Companies want to develop innovations together with FinnCERES
A large group of representatives of industry took part in the Industry Meets FinnCERES event on 5 November 2018 at Paasitorni in Helsinki.
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A novel approach to construct a highly active and durable nanocatalyst offers solutions to energy storage problems
A novel approach to construct an nanocatalyst offers solutions to energy storage problems
A green, simple and easy method opens up new possibilities for MOF-based nanocatalysts.