SciTech at the 15th Cellulose Fiber (Viscose) industry forum

Xiang You and Heikki Hassi ‘s recently participated in the 15th Cellulose Fiber (Viscose) industry forum and their presentation is now fully available. The meeting took place from 25th to 27th May in Hangzhou, China. SciTech ‘s presentation was streamed for all conference participants on the 27th May 2021 at 11:10-11:35 a.m. Chinese time (6:10-6:35 a.m. Helsinki time). The event…

Dissolving Pulps in an AC press push the limits of Darcy’s law – what does it mean?

It’s not surprising, then, that for assessing the processability of a certain pulp or a pulp blend in AC pressing, and for comparing various pulps, a “flight simulator”, i.e., a small-scale AC press is necessary.

Scitech at the 2nd International Conference on Cellulose Fibres

Heikki Hassi had the pleasure to present at the 2nd International Conference on Cellulose Fibres. The online event took place on the 2nd to 3rd February. You can watch below Heikki Hassi ‘s presentation regarding the topic “The challenging conversion of natural elementary fibrils into Man-Made Cellulosic Fibres” : You can also download the presentation PDF below:

PoDoCo awarded a grant to Xiang You & Scitech joint project

We are pleased to inform that on the 2nd December 2019, Xiang You and SciTech-Service Oy were awarded a PoDoCo grant. The Post Docs in Companies (PoDoCo) is a joint initiative of Finnish universities, industry and foundations. This matchmaking program has been supporting long term competitiveness and strategic renewal of companies and employment of young doctors in the private sector.…

Bringing innovation from an idea to business takes skilled management and complementarity

Curious R&D teams often speak a bit different language than their colleagues in production and sales. These two groups of professionals are also motivated by different factors – and for a good reason. While the task of production and sales is to utilize well-known opportunities and solve known problems, R&D people are professionals in identifying unknown opportunities and defining poorly…