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 Thermomechanical pulp – a possible raw material for production of individualised microfibrils? Read more... Producing Ultrapure Wood Cellulose Nanofibrils and Evaluating the Cytotoxicity Using Human Skin Cells Read more... ATMP pulping of Norway spruce – Defibration characteristics and fibre wall properties Read more... Mixing of Cellulose Nanofibrils and Individual Furnish Components: Effects on Paper Properties and Structure Read more... 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... PFI participates in a new innovation cluster Representatives from the new innovation cluster “The Forest industries of Trøndelag”. From left: State Secretary Dilek Ayhan, Minister of Local Government and Modernisation Jan Tore Sanner, Knut Dreier (Moelven Van Severen), Kjersti Kinderås (The Forest industries of Trøndelag), Philip A. Reme (PFI), Amund Saxrud (Norske Skog Skogn) and Viggo Iversen (Proneo) (Photo: Innovation Norway). 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.