The research conducted in the Sustainable Chemistry Research Unit is applied by nature. It is carried out in close collaboration with research organizations and industry. The research has been divided in three focus areas:
The integral part of the research carried out in the Unit is inorganic trace element analysis. The methods developed in the research work of trace element analysis are widely utilized in the Unit's research and in industrial cooperation. The Unit has up-to-date analysis equipment for research work.
14.4.2023 Johanna Laukkanen, Alkali-activation of industrial aluminosilicate sidestreams : application for mine water treatment and sediment remediation
3.4.2023 Pasi Korkalo, Boosting the usefulness of hybrid aspen : from tailored biomass to a versatile feedstock for use in the chemical industry
2.12.2022 Rita Kallio, Multidisciplinary study of the beneficiation potential of the Kiviniemi ferrous scandium deposit
23.9.2022 Kyösti Rajaniemi, Electrocoagulation in water treatment: Continuous versus batch processes and sludge utilization
3.12.2021 Riikka Kupila, Catalytic conversion of furfural and glucose over activated carbon-supported metal catalysts
12.11.2021 Annu Rusanen, Catalytic conversion of sawdust-based sugars into 5-hydroxymethylfurfural and furfural