The WWSC researchers behind the spin-off CelluXtreme, the WWSC researchers Daniel Söderberg and Fredrik Lundell, are two of the admitted to this year’s Bicky Chakraborty Entrepreneur Program. The program is supporting people from KTH whose innovations can create jobs and prosperity in Sweden.
WWSC research news
Researchers from WWSC at Chalmer and KTH have together with researchers from Sweden, Finland and South Korea developed conducting cellulose yarns that can be used for making electronic textiles. The developed textile yarns displayed record-high bulk conductivity of 36 Scm–1 and could be washed multiple times.