ICES possesses expertise on synthetic methods for small molecules, polymers and polymer particles utilising organic chemistry, biochemistry, metabolic engineering and heterogeneous polymerisation techniques. Sustainability, cost effectiveness and scalability are drivers towards applications in specialty chemicals, nutrition, coatings and oil field chemicals. The Functional Molecules & Polymers division is structured into four teams across the areas of molecules, polymers, and polymer particles:
ICES possesses expertise on chemical transformations with emphasis on three main pillars: process innovation, the discovery and development of homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysts, and sustainability. The Process & Catalysis Research division is made up of four teams which cover the spectrum of design and synthesis, development and scale-up, and process:
Building on ICES’ talented pool of support staff, the Scientific Infrastructure & Analytics division combines the expertise of the central lab and characterisation facilities with our scientific leadership in the area of chemometrics, modelling and simulation, and physical chemistry to provide a data-rich environment that will drive new understanding and insight into our research activities. This division comprises:
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