ChemAlive in the News
ChemAlive receives CTI (Innosuisse) Grant
ChemAlive have been awarded a InnoSuisse Grant jointly with academic partners EPFL and UniBasel. Starting in Q1, 2018 the project will run for 1.5 years through 2019.
Slush: Climate Impact Battle
ChemAlive made top 10 of the Climate-KIC start-ups Europe wide to present at the SLUSH investor conference in Helsinki.
MassChallenge Gold Winners
On Thursday 16th November, ChemAlive were announced as Gold Winners of the MassChallenge start-up competition!
Publication: Journal of American Chemical Society
Gels produced with dynamic polymers are broken down to liquids after the addition of metal salts. NMR studies and DFT calculations reveal that the energetic landscape render stable nonequilibrium products. These species remain stable in the liquid phase at room temperature but convert to gels upon heating. Controlled gel times dictated by the thermodynamics and kinetics of the system were achieved harnessing self-healing properties and triggered release functionality.