BioNavis supports research of cellulose in renewable materials

19, April, 2017

BioNavis supported the symposium of Cellulose in Renewable Materials Division during 253rd ACS National Meeting held in San Francisco.

Best student presentations were awarded to:

Katrin presented her work ''Phase separated bicomponent biopolymer thin films – enzymatic patterning and protein interaction''.

Stephanie presented her work ''Cellulose nanocrystals and surfactants as mini emulsion polymerization stabilizers''.

Anna presented her work ''Purification of water using cellulose: A safe way to remove bacteria''.

BioNavis congratulates all the winners!

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From left to right:  Prof. Monica Ek (KTH, Sweden), As. Prof. Tiina Nypelö (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden), As. Prof. Ilari Filpponen (Auburn University, USA), Dr. Johana Kuncova-Kallio (BioNavis Ltd, Finland), Anna Ottenhall (3rd place, KTH, Sweden), Stephanie Kedzior (2nd place, McMaster University, Canada), Katrin Niegelhell (1st place, Graz University of Technology, Austria), As. Prof. Stefan Spirk (Graz University of Technology, Austria), Annika Jokinen (BioNavis Ltd, Finland)