Finnish Paper Engineers’ Association and VTT are supporting 5-10 young PhD students’ and post-docs’ participation in the Marcus Wallenberg symposium (www.mwp.org) organized in conjunction with the Wallenberg prize ceremonies in Stockholm in September 2014. The selected young researchers will get their travel costs covered and will participate in the Wallenberg prize ceremony and the symposium. A […]
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.
Canadian FIBRE Network is strongly supporting the participation of young Canadian researchers to the Marcus Wallenberg prize ceremony and symposium. During the recent 2nd FIBRE Network conference in Vancouver, five young researchers were selected by the jury to represent FIBRE and Canada in Sweden at the ceremonies and symposium in 2014. The 5 following researchers will […]
The Marcus Wallenberg Foundation invites young researchers to take part in Young Researchers’ Challenge with the chance to win a spot at the Prize ceremony and banquet to be held in Stockholm on 22 September, along with a unique opportunity to present your research and meet leading scientists and forest-based industry representatives from all over […]
The 2014 Marcus Wallenberg Prize of SEK 2 million is being awarded to Professor Magnus Berggren at Linköping University for his pioneering research which has made it much easier to print electronics, such as sensors and displays, on paper and cardboard. This opens up a new huge global market for the forest industry. The best-before […]
We met with Derek Gray at Grand Hotel in Stockholm for a quick conversation about chirality, future research and muddy water.