Microscopy of cellulose-based materials PFI has invested in new ion-milling equipment and scanning electron microscope for characterization of cellulose-based materials. Read more... Publications Moving from black to green; Development of biorefinery processes and products in Norway Read more... Translucent and ductile nanocellulose-PEG bionanocomposites – a novel substrate with potential to be functionalized by printing for wound dressing applications Read more... Mapping and modelling of optical properties from pulp to super calendered paper Read more... Airborne Nanoparticles filtration by means of cellulose nanofibril based materials Read more... An investigation of Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilm growth on novel nanocellulose fiber dressings Read more... Use of bacterial cellulose in degraded paper restoration. Part I: application on model papers Read more... Investigation of Effect of Poly Ethylene Glycol as a Plasticizer for the Manufacture of Nanocellulose Films Read more... PFI participates in a new research centre on bio-based fuels and energy Key persons being congratulated by the Minister of Agriculture and Food Jon Georg Dale. From left: Kai Toven (PFI), Bjørn Håvard Evjen (NIBIO), Edd Blekkan (NTNU), Petter Røkke (SINTEF), Svein Jarle Horn (NMBU), Mari Sundli Tveit (NMBU) and Minister of Agriculture and Food Jon Georg Dale. Read more... The Scan-test Methods, which are part of an initiative for the harmonisation and standardization mainly of test methods and terminology for the pulp and paper industry in Finland, Norway and Sweden, are freely available in this site. Read more... PFI is accredited according to the ISO17025 standard. Read more about our accredited methods.