What Wood You Do competition final

Six teams compete in the final on September 24, when the big innovation competition "What wood you do" is decided.
The innovators behind Arboair, a forest scanning technology with 4K cameras, artificial intelligence and colour-shift analysis to detect infected or stressed trees. Photo: Arboair
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Biosorbe has a unique material and method that filters out hydrocarbons from water and air using processed pulp. The founders Lars-Erik Sjögren (left) and Erik Josephsson. Photo: Oscar Omne.
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Biosorbe has a unique material and an associated method that filters out hydrocarbons from water and air using processed pulp. Photo: Oscar Omne.
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FineCell has a technology that makes it easier to add nanocellulose to a product by making a dry cellulose powder. The material has great potential to replace fossil materials and also improve the properties of products in areas such as cosmetics, plastics, building materials and paints. Photo: FineCell
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Tobias Söderbom Olsson at Wood Tube with the patented construction stud made of pulp. It is cheaper and has 14 times less carbon dioxide emissions than metal studs that are often used when building interior walls. Photo: Sting Bioeconomy
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SilviBio's seed coating material retains moisture efficiently and helps farmers and forest owners avoid losses due to drought and reduces irrigation needs. SilviBio's research team: Jeanette Rosas Moreno (left), Alejandra Méndez-Leyva (center) and Francisco Jácome Blásquez (right). Photo: SilviBio
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Nordluft's super drones can carry 30 kilos of cargo and fertilizes forests in a cheap, environmentally friendly way. Photo: Nordluft
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Elof Winroth with one of Nordluft's super drones that can carry 30 kilos of cargo and fertilizes forests in a cheap, environmentally friendly way. Photo: Nordluft
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Jonatan Henschen at FineCell. Photo: FineCell
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