Top-level research, cooperation, and tenacity gave rise to a fibre made of domestic birch pulp which even Marimekko found convincing.
The first garment made out of birch cellulose fibre using the Ioncell method is displayed at a fashion show of the design company Marimekko in Finland on 13 March.
The Aalto University schools of technology celebrate their 23rd ceremonial conferment of doctoral degrees on 10 October 2014 in Otaniemi, Espoo, Finland. This year the ceremony will be organised by the School of Chemical Technology, and its theme is ‘80 years of conferment ceremonies in technology’.
Finland is the most heavily forested country in Europe. Three professors from the Department of Forest Products Technology revealed their favourite tree and told us what they would make from it.
A backup version of student information portal Into available for non-Aalto users.
Newly-appointed Assistant Professor is researching innovative wood and natural fibre products that use solid wood and other natural materials.
The update makes it easier to find information and browse the site on a mobile phone or tablet.
Professor Sami Franssila is participating in a research project that could, if successful, revolutionise the treatment of coronary thrombosis and brain damage.