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RISE’s Karl Håkansson wins European Award Blue Sky Young Researchers Innovation Award for new biomaterial research

STOCKHOLM, Oct. 17, 2018 (Press Release) – Until today, spider silk has been regarded as the world’s strongest biomaterial. Now there is something that is even stronger. A thin thread of spun nanocellulose that could be used for anything from aircraft wings to artificial tendons in the body. Yesterday, Karl Håkansson, RISE, was awarded the European Award Blue Sky Young Researchers Innovation Award for its pioneering research.

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