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Elina Määttänen, Sophie Sälekari and the partnership of Elina Äärelä and Heini-Maria Hynynen have been selected to be among the ten finalists.
The aim of the project is to ensure that 3D printing is safe for employees, at all stages of the process.
The title is "Applicability of fractionation of softwood and hardwood kraft pulp, and utilisation of the fractions"
Science Fiction Prototypes as Design Outcome of Research