Cellulose Nanomaterials for Research
The UMaine Process Development Center supplies cellulose nanofibrils (CNF) and cellulose nanocrystals (CNC) to academic, public, and private research groups interested in evaluating and developing applications for these materials. Cellulose nanomaterial varies on the amount (from 0.25 pounds to metric tons) and solids content (dry, 15%, 3%).
We offer several types of cellulose nanomaterials:
- CNF – cellulose nanofibers
- CNC – cellulose nanocrystals
- TOCN – Tempo-oxidized cellulose nanofibers
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PDC Cellulose Nanomaterials Forum
Hosted by the PDC, this annual event brings together researchers and scientists that are working with cellulose nanomaterials. Join us as we hear updates from researchers developing new applications, and companies using these unique materials.
Save the date for the next CNM Forum
- August 22-24, 2023
- Wells Conference Center, University of Maine
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Nanocellulose Projects at UMaine
The Process Development Center is the only facility in the United States that can manufacture cellulose nanofibers (CNF) at a rate of one ton per day.
UMaine Projects: With this capacity, the PDC has been utilizing CNF in various projects throughout the University. To learn more about nanocellulose, and what innovations the University of Maine is pursuing with this technology, visit the Nanocellulose Valley website.