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Tuula Teeri visited Forest Products Technology

The President of the Aalto University, Tuula Teeri, visited the Department of Forest Products Technology on Tuesday, Dec. 13.
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The President of the Aalto University, Tuula Teeri, visited the Department of Forest Products Technology on Tuesday, Dec. 13. She got a beautiful Ioncell-F scarf from Professor Herbert Sixta's team. The 'Wooden Scarf' is designed, woven and painted by MA student Anna Sorri in Aalto ARTS textile studios under direction of Pirjo Kääriäinen and textile fibres produced of birch in Aalto CHEM. Tuula Teeri also visited our new Bioproduct Centre and spinning technology was introduced to her.

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