ThalesNano is specialized in developing and providing microscale flow instruments
for chemistry, by exploiting benefits of combining microfluidics, mesofluidics
and nanotechnology with flow chemistry. The company was founded in 2002 and
is located in Budapest, Hungary.
The company is widely recognized for its expertise in transforming chemical
processes to microscale continuous-flow operations and developing manual or
robotic continuous microreactors for the chemical industry.
ThalesNano is a technology-intensive company whose results are strictly founded
on its own R&D activities, which directly realize the company’s goals
along with newer and newer innovative endeavors. H-Cube® hydrogenation reactor
by ThalesNano has been awarded the R&D 100 Award 2005 by R&D Magazine
and the Hungarian Industry Innovation Prize in 2005.
The company provides solutions for leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology
companies from all over the world.
ThalesNano is also a member of the Hungarian Biotechnology Association.
ThalesNano Playing Important Role in Advancement of Drug Discovery
Professor Andre Nel
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Jingang Li, Ph.D.
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