"cellulose" tag


A group at Chalmers University of Technology used cellulose from wood in a 3D printer

A group of researchers at Chalmers University of Technology (UK) have managed to print and dry three-dimensional objects made entirely by cellulose for the first time with the help of a 3D-bioprinter. They…

Brian McClay, Brian McClay & Associates Inc.


The international cellulose market

How is the cellulose market going in the world? Here is a forecast of the supply, demand and prices over five years, and the long-term trends. The international cellulose market is very complex,…


Packaging: materials and innovative technologies for paper and cardboard design

University research in Italy is trying to support new ways of thinking aimed at promoting increasingly sustainable and performing packaging, specifically from a technological viewpoint in this case. Sustainability is an all-embracing concept,…

Packaging & Research

Paper as the Lotus

Improvement of mechanical and chemical characteristics thanks to surface coating.

by Elisa Brunelli In recent years, attention has primarily focused on surface coating, in order to obtain high performance cellulosic packaging, with completely new properties that enable competing with synthetic polymers. These ultrathin…

Raw Material

Surface Modification of Nanofibrillated Cellulose

New markets for the pulp and paper industry

by Simon Utsel It is well known that the new ways of consuming information today has lead to a significant decline in printed newspapers and other forms of paper for communication. To face…

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