The Marcus Wallenberg Prize
The purpose of the Prize is to recognize, encourage and stimulate pathbreaking scientific achievements which contribute significantly to broadening knowledge and to technical development within the fields of importance to forestry and forest industries.
“It is a privilege to be selected”
Young researchers trying to make the world greener
New materials and applications of wood and fibres for the forest industry were presented at the Young Researchers’ Challenge Event 2016.
Young Researchers’ Challenge 2017
OPEN TO SWEDISH STUDENTS!
Young Researchers’ Challenge 2017 – Apply now and take the chance to network and present your research! The Marcus Wallenberg Foundation invites to a Young Researchers’ Challenge with the chance to win a spot at the Prize ceremony and banquet in honour of the 2017 Marcus Wallenberg Prize Winner.
Forest molecular genetics to improve the quality of trees
Better quality and higher productivity are the incentives for molecular genetics of forest trees. Ronald R. Sederoff is awarded the 2017 Marcus Wallenberg Prize for his breakthroughs in developing methods for gene discovery in conifer species and exploiting new breeding technologies for improved properties.
From imagining to imaging
Architect Michael Green predicts a green revolution in building materials. At the 2016 Marcus Wallenberg Prize symposium he claimed that it is possible to construct 102-storey skyscrapers of mass timber panels.