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Partners of FutureChemistry

Fraunhofer Institute for Microelectronics circuits and Systems (Fraunhofer IMS)

Fraunhofer IMS (Duisburg, Germany), is part of the German Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft which is the largest organisation for applied research in Europe. Its has a large expertise in the development and production of microelectronic components and monolithic integration. This specifc knowledge and expertise is implemented in our hardware products.

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Access2Flow is a cooperation of three knowledge-based companies: Flowid, FutureChemistry and Micronit Microfluidics. Access2Flow offers know-how and technology starting from the translation of chemical batch processes to continuous production of chemical compounds.

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Flowid BV

Flowid designs and optimises processes by means of flow chemistry.  As specialised process engineers their main objective is to successfully implement production scale units based on flow chemistry. is specialised in implementing flow technology for chemical production purposes.

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Micronit Microfluidics BV

Micronit has been manufacturing glass-based lab-on-a-chip products for more than ten years. Micronit has extensive experience in micromachining and microfluidics and is a key supplier of microfluidic devices to life sciences and chemistry markets. Micronit is providing high quality lab-on-a-chip components for analytical instrumentation.

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Veenstra Instruments

Veenstra Instruments is specialised in radiation related safety, control & measurement. They combine this specific know-how with their own software design, mechanics and electronics: resulting in many unique products for nuclear medicine, radiochemistry, radio pharmacy and calibration laboratories.

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Micro and Nanotechnology Cluster Netherlands (MinacNed) is an association with the objective of strengthening economic activity of micro-and nanotechnology in the Netherlands. Their membership includes research institutions, equipment manufacturers, suppliers and users of technological components.

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