Continuous Resolution and Deracemization by Crystallization

Syncom is pleased to announce it will participate in a project “Continuous Resolution and Deracemization of Chiral Compounds by Crystallization” funded by the Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Framework Programme. This is a broad project in which seven universities – Strathclyde, Magdeburg, Rouen, Nijmegen, ETH Zürich, Manchester and Erlangen – will participate along with Syncom as the single industrial representative.
Prof. Kellogg, co-founder of Syncom, said:  “Resolution technology is a longstanding Syncom expertise and the extension to continuous processing represents a fast growing innovation within the industry.  This program will provide a unique opportunity to profile the Syncom chiral expertise. We are very happy with this recognition of our work and opportunity to work with outstanding groups from academia. The Horizon 2020 programs are extremely competitive and the chances for project approval are low which further underpins the scientific and industrial relevance of the awarded project.”