We develop novel and sustainable products and solutions for the future biobased society

RISE PFI is an internationally acknowledged ­research ­institute within processes and products based on lignocellulosic biomass. We develop novel and sustainable products and solutions for the future biobased society, including materials, chemicals, energy products and feed ingredients.

Focus areas

Fibre technology and fibre-based products

Biorefining and bioenergy

Biopolymers and Biocomposites

News

Meeting in the NewHype project

The NewHyPe project aims to develop cellulose-based, sustainable and biodegradable materials that can substitute fossil-based plastics which are used for a short period of time and then thrown away. This is particularly relevant for replacing plastic mulch films used...

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Participation in Assessment Commitee for PhD thesis

Research Scientist Marianne Øksnes Dalheim from RISE PFI participated in the Assessment Committee of Tuna Baydin’s PhD thesis  "Optimization and Further Development of ConCordix Formulation Technology". The defense took place at NTNU, Department of Biotechnology and...

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Analyses and equipment

Physical and optical testing

Accredited testing of physical and optical properties of pulp and paper

Chemical characterization

In-depth chemical characterisation of biomass

Structural characterization

Advanced depicting techniques and analysing tools for bio-based materials

 

Specialized equipment

Unique tools to meet industry demands of our focus areas

 

Latest Publications

Bending properties and numerical modelling of cellular panels manufactured from wood fibre/PLA biocomposite by 3D printing

Zarna, C.,  Chinga-Carrasco, G., Echtermeyera T, A., (2023) Bending properties and numerical modelling of cellular panels manufactured from wood fibre/PLA biocomposite by 3D printing, Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1359835X22005498?via%3Dihub

Gene-Expression Analysis of Human Fibroblasts Affected by 3D-Printed Carboxylated Nanocellulose Constructs

Rosendahl, J., Zarna, C., Håkansson, J., Chinga-Carrasco, G., (2023) Gene-Expression Analysis of Human Fibroblasts Affected by 3D-Printed Carboxylated Nanocellulose Constructs, Bioengineering 2023, https://www.mdpi.com/2306-5354/10/1/121#

Exploring Solvents with Low Harmfulness, Lignin Purity, Hansen Solubility Parameter, and Determination of Phenolic Hydroxyl Groups.

Ruwoldt, J.Tanase-Opedal, M.Syverud, K. (2022) Ultraviolet Spectrophotometry of Lignin Revisited: Exploring Solvents with Low Harmfulness, Lignin Purity, Hansen Solubility Parameter, and Determination of Phenolic Hydroxyl Groups. ACS Omega. 2022, 7(50), 46371-46383https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acsomega.2c04982

RISE PFI is part of RISE - Research Institutes of Sweden

RISE PFI is and internationally acknowledged research institute within processes and products based on lignocellulose. RISE PFI´s focus areas are Fibre technology and fibre-based products, Biorefining and Bioenergy and Biopolymers and Biocomposites.

 

Contact

  • Høgskoleringen 6b
  • NO - 7491 Trondheim
  • firmapost@rise-pfi.no
  • +47 73 60 50 65