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Secoya at CPhI WW, November 9-11, 2021

Secoya Technologies will participate at the next CPhI Summit in Milan from November 9 to 11, 2021. If you want to discover more about our technologies or see our products in real life, come and meet us at out booth 10K90 (Pavillon PMEC)!
If you would like to meet with one of our technology experts on site, do not hesitate to contact us at info@secoya.com.

Looking forward to meeting you!

Secoya celebrates its 2nd anniversary!

Happy birthday to Secoya!
It has already been 2 years since the founding fathers of Secoya officially dived into the thrilling adventure of a spin-off company!

This is a prefect occasion to recognize all the hard work that allowed the launch of this innovative project. But it does not end with that as Secoya would not be the rising company it is today without all the persons who contributed to its growth. We celebrated this occasion by presenting the products we have developed over the last two years to all our investors, family, friends and partners. To every single one of you: thank you!

We are very grateful for having celebrated our birthday with all of you on a wonderful location, accompanied with bubbles, sunshine and a rainbow

The SCT approach to crystallization

In a White Paper we described earlier what the advantages of the use of Secoya’s Crystallization Technology (SCT) are to tame the nucleation of a material in solution inside a crystallization reactor as designed by Secoya [1]. Several advantages do exist: control of final crystal size, correct crystal form, inherent narrow size distributions, etc. But how exactly do you start using the technology, and how long does it take to develop a crystallization routine using the SCT technology?

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[1] Find this white paper at: https://secoya-tech.com/documents/crystallization/

Secoya at CPhi discover 17-18 May 2021

Would you like to learn more about our innovative technologies? Join us at the CPhi Discover and come to our virtual booth for a discussion.

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Secoya at CCP Summit 23-25 March 2021

20/01/2021

Secoya Technologies will participate in the next CCP Summit from March 23 to 25, 2021.  Bart Rimez, co-founder and Technology Lead, will give a presentation on the Secoya Crystallization technology.

Publication on Raydrop

Adrien Dewandre and Youen Vitry, Technology leads at Secoya, and Benoit Scheid, Chairman of the Board of Secoya and Maître de Recherche FNRS at ULB, were involved in an experimental and numerical study of the Secoya droplet generator, the Raydrop. Their work on “Microfluidic droplet generation in a non-embedded co-flow-focusing using 3D printed nozzle” is published in the journal Scientific Reports.

Secoya-Fluigent Webinar on double emulsion

28/10/2020

On November 17rd at 5 pm, Youen Vitry, co-founder and Encapsulation Technology Lead, will give a Webinar in collaboration with Fluigent on the Raydrop technology for the generation of double emulsion.

Register to the webinar : https://www.fluigent.com/resources/webinars/

Secoya at CPHi Festival of pharma 5-16 October 2020

26/08/2020

Secoya Technologies will participate in the next CPHi Festival of Pharma from October 5 to 16, 2020.  If you would like to know more about one of our technologies, do not hesitate to request a virtual meeting through the CPhI platform

Publication of complex systems modeling

26/08/2020

Jean Septavaux, Technology lead at Secoya has been involved in the modelling of complex molecular systems with the CSAp lab from the University of Lyon. Their work on “The dark side of disulfide-based dynamic combinatorial chemistry” was published in the journal Chemical Science

Secoya at Virtual Process Show 8-11 September 2020

26/08/2020

Please find below the timeslots and links to which the Secoya webinar on our crystallization technology will be broadcasted at the Virtual Process Show.

The webinar describes in detail the principles and the unique benefits of this new crystallization technology. It includes also the presentation of the latest results on the technology.

11.09.2020 at 10:00 CET
11.09.2020 at 18:00 CET
12.09.2020 at 02:00 CET

Would you be interested in this new technology ? Please join us at one of the three webinar time slots.

Secoya signs a collaboration contract with a top 5 pharma

03/06/2020

We are pleased to announce that Secoya Technologies has signed an important collaboration contract with a world top 5 pharmaceutical company. The collaboration focuses on the joint use of intensified chemical synthesis and pervaporation technologies developed by Secoya and aims to develop a prototype that fits into the client’s production process.

Hydrodynamics matters to control the crystallization of API

3/02/2020

Dr. Bart Rimez, co-founder and Crystallization Technology Lead, was invited to publish in the Emerging Scientists issue of Journal of Flow Chemistry, coming out beginning 2020. The paper deals with our findings on the synergistic effect of nucleation thermodynamics and hydrodynamics to increase nucleation rate. Read more

Secoya at Flow Chemistry Europe 2020

29/01/2020

Dr Rimez, co-founder and Crystallisation Technology Lead, will be present at the forthcoming conference, Flow Chemistry Europe 2020, 3-4 March 2020, Cambridge (UK). Dr Rimez will give a lecture on the development of capillary crystallisation reactors.

Worldwide distribution of the droplet generator RayDrop by Fluigent

28/01/2020

On 28Th January 2020, Fluigent and Secoya Technologies signed an exclusive distribution agreement under which Fluigent is responsible for the marketing and the sales of the RayDrop®, an innovative technology of Secoya dedicated to the production of droplets or particles for multiple applications. More information on the RayDrop on www.fluigent.com.

Intensification for sustainability

13/01/2020

Would it be possible to valorise a waste stream… by purifying another ? Dr. Jean Septavaux, co-founder of Secoya Technologies, co-authored a paper in Nature Chemistry describing a methodology for the convergent purification of electronic and gas waste streams.  By using the unique properties of polyamines solutions upon capture of CO2 from car exhaust fumes, the authors manage to separate with a high selectivity the valuables metals contained in a dissolved car battery electrode.

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