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Boron Molecular is proudly recognised in the KCA Awards 2020 for the Best Research Contract/Collaboration

MS3 is a specialty resin uniquely developed for the art conservation and cultural heritage applications. With this special resin, we are delighted to be recognised in the KCA – Knowledge Commercialisation Australasia Ltd Awards 2020 for the Best Research Contract/Collaboration.   Previously, MS2A was developed in the 1950s. Its supply had gradually decreased and production …

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water capture material

Our invaluable ‘Magic Crystals’

Water capture and dehumidification are invaluable processes in daily lives, such as providing fresh drinking water and efficient air conditioning systems. However, these are typically performed in energy intensive processes with single use materials, or those that are difficult to regenerate. The inability to recycle these materials limits their applicability. The exciting news is that …

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Partnership announcement

Boron Molecular partners with Epichem

Partnership Broadens Chemistry Offering “East Meets West”   There’s no doubt that Medicinal Chemistry is at the heart of new opportunities for the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device industry. Since 2001, Melbourne based Boron Molecular has worked closely with these industries providing innovative boronic acids and process chemistry services. Boron Molecular is proud to announce it …

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StorEnergy

The Energy Store

In order to build new capability in battery technology in Australia concerted efforts across industry, academia and government are required to develop the next generation of leaders to work seamlessly across these sectors. As such, Boron Molecular is proud to be part of the new StorEnergy Centre. With the support of a $4.4 million Federal …

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Getting new smarts

Most Australian manufacturers incorporate a high level of technology into the products they produce, plus in the processes they use to produce these products. And like it or not, this trend is only going to increase as industry becomes e ven more competitive and global.

CSIRO to improve flow of chemical manufacturing

CSIRO has launched its “FloWorks” Centre for Industrial Flow Chemistry today in Clayton, Victoria. FloWorks will provide cutting-edge research into flow chemistry capability, making it more accessible to the chemical manufacturing industry. Senior research scientist with CSIRO’s manufacturing sector and Director of the new centre, Dr Christian Hornung, said flow chemistry offers a cleaner, smarter …

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