Stockholm University’s Department of Materials and Environmental
Chemistry (MMK) has a modern research infrastructure
that offers a combination for material synthesis and physical-chemical
characterization. The research at
MMK addresses important challenges in energy, environment and health to
contribute to a better world and sustainable society. Interdisciplinary work
across ten profile areas and 26 research groups working in diverse subjects is
a cornerstone of MMK.
InnoRenew CoE has the research infrastructure needed to
support the PACK-NIN project. Established in 2017, InnoRenew CoE is a young and
ambitious research institute that has invested its resources into highly
qualified, expert scientific personnel and the purchase of €2 million in advanced
testing and analytic equipment. InnoRenew CoE’s focus is the interdisciplinary
field of renewable materials, sustainable built environments and human health.
This intellectual diversity is evidenced through the institute’s five focused research
areas and 70 international employees, half of whom come from abroad with a
nearly even gender balance. In September 2021, InnoRenew CoE will occupy a
newly constructed research complex in Izola, Slovenia, that houses its offices
and state-of-the-art laboratories.