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The plastics revolution

Chemist and materials scientist Miriam Unterlass uses nature as a model to produce materials that are particularly stable and temperature-resistant. Instead of toxic solvents, the START prize winner of the Austrian Science Fund FWF uses hot water to produce plastics, hybrid materials or organic dyes for medical applications. – A globally unique and promising method for future environmentally friendly applications.

More information

> Unterlasslab
> Unterlass Enterprise: ugp Materials
> Miriam Unterlass in the portrait: High-performance materials from a pressure cooker
> START project: The hydrothermal route to functional organic frameworks

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