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The LIBER Centre will be launched via the Academy of Finland's Centre of Excellence Programme 2022-2029, as the CoE in Life Inspired Hybrid Materials. LIBER combines eight research groups working on molecular self-assembly, soft robotics, surfaces and interfaces, and computational modelling, genetic engineering of proteins, and biotechnological production of engineered biomolecules.

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LIBER Symposium 2022

The inaugural symposium will bring together experts from LIBER-related research areas from all around the world

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Luonnoskuva valokuiduista. Kuva: Ville Hynninen and Nonappa.
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Sustainable optical fibres developed from methylcellulose

Researchers from Tampere University and Aalto University have developed optical fibres from methylcellulose, a commonly used cellulose derivative. The finding opens new avenues to short-distance optical fibres using sustainable and environmentally benign fibre processing. The finding was published in the journal Small
Kuva: Lasse Lecklin.
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Nanoscience expert Olli Ikkala and team part of new flagship project on biopharmaceuticals

The Academy of Finland project brings together Finland’s front-line genetic, cellular, and nanotherapy researchers, as well as clinical actors, leading companies, and third sector players.
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When honey flows faster than water

Physicists surprised to find that in specially coated tubes, the more viscous a liquid is, the faster it flows
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Professors Markus Linder and Tapani Vuorinen invited to the Finnish Academy of Science and Letters

Professor of Biomolecular Materials Markus Linder and Professor of Wood Chemistry Tapani Vuorinen from the School of Chemical Engineering at Aalto University have been elected as new members of the Finnish Academy of Science and Letters.

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