WWSC - Wallenberg Wood Science Center


Wallenberg Wood Science Center is a research center with a focus on new materials from trees. The mission is to create knowledge and build competence that can form the basis for an innovative future value creation from forest raw material. The base is a donation from Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation.  

KAW 100 years!

The funding source for WWSC, the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, celebrates 100 years 2017. There are many more sources of funding for research today than 100 years ago, and when the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation was formed in 1917, it was an important addition. Today, the foundation is one of the largest private research-funding sources in Europe. Read more here (in Swedish): http://www.tidningencurie.se/nyheter/2017/02/20/hundra-ar-av-forskningssatsningar/?utm_campaign=unspecified&utm_content=unspecified&utm_medium=email&utm_source=apsis-anp-3

 TREESEARCH- the national platform for new material and speciality chemicals from forest-based resources

Sweden's biggest investment on fundamental research, knowledge and competence building in the field of new materials and specialty chemicals from forest raw materials. Read more   TREESEARCH den nationella forskningsplattformen  
Learn how the Swedish forest is turned into the materials of the future!



Framtidens material kommer från skogen

Här är framtidens glas - gjort av trä

‘Transparent Wood’ could clear up some big environmental problems

KTH-forskare har uppfunnit genomskinligt trä

Nationell forskningsplattform, inspel till forsknings och innovationspropositionen

Nationell forskningsplattform, bakgrund och beskrivning

Bicycle helmet from the forest

Learn more about the WWSC Academy!

Green innovation: the forest as a resource for a better future

Skogen flyttar in i 3D-skrivaren

WWSC science rap @ Gröna Lund

WWSC samarbetar med industrin

Skogsindustrin behöver djärvare satsningar

Stronger than steel: Scientists spin ultra-strong cellulose fibers