Michelin, the CNRS, and the University Strasbourg are joining forces to develop innovative nanofibrous materials

Michelin, the CNRS, and the University of Strasbourg inaugurated the SpinLab associated research laboratory in Strasbourg on 15 April, with a view to studying the electrospinning process for the optimal production of nanofibrous materials, such as adhesives or filtration membranes.

The teams will work together over the course of four years to design an innovative electrospinning platform, with the objective of creating innovative and differentiating fibrous materials for diverse applications in mobility, energy, and the environment.

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