As GreenCentre continues to help Change Chemistry and Change the World, here is a recap of our top ten successes from 2016.
GreenCentre Canada is pleased to announce it has entered into an exclusive global licensing agreement with Johnson Matthey Plc., a leading multi-national producer of catalysts and specialty chemicals. Under the terms of the agreement, Johnson Matthey will promote, market, scale-up and manufacture a series of high-value catalysts that have been developed by GreenCentre Canada.
GreenCentre Canada recently held its first IHC4 Competition, awarding the five most promising startup companies with the opportunity to further develop their greenhouse-gas-reducing technologies.
As a continuation of GreenCentre's InnovationHouse Chemistry Countering Climate Change (IHC4) program, the IHC4 Call for Academic Inventions aims to develop novel and commercially promising academic technologies in this area.
GreenCentre Canada and Chiral Technologies Inc. are pleased to announce an agreement to jointly commercialize a powerful new catalyst technology for synthesis of fine chemicals, including pharmaceuticals and fragrance products.
GreenCentre Partners with Maratek Environmental to Commercialize Novel Solvent Recovery Solutions
GreenCentre Canada and Maratek Environmental Inc. are pleased to announce an agreement to commercialize unique technology solutions for the recovery of industrial solvents.
Today, the Kingston-based not-for-profit commercialization lab GreenCentre Canada celebrated its most successful year ever. On hand to mark the occasion was the Honourable Deb Matthews, Deputy Premier of Ontario, and local MPP Sophie Kiwala (Kingston and the Islands), who both met with employees of the centre and toured the state-of-the-art lab facility this morning.
“GreenCentre Canada is an outstanding external collaboration partner,” Timothy December, Development Expert at BASF.
“They have been integral to ASM on several projects and consider them part of our extended R&D community”, Eric Shero, Director of ALD Process & Applications Development at ASM.
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Professor, Saint Mary's University