IFPEN: a new partnership is launched

IFPEN: Separative is proud to announce the signing of a two-level partnership agreement with IFPEN, the international expert in chemical processes. This is a recognition of its expertise in the field of chromatography. First, Separative will welcome an expert materials technician from IFPEN into its scientific team for 18 months starting in September 2015. They…

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Axel’One, integration into the development platform

Axel’One: from the moment it was created, Separative jointed the development platform, where it found the best possible environment to support its launch In January 2014, François Parmentier received confirmation that Separative would have a laboratory and an office at Axel’One, the development platform for innovative processes supported by French chemistry and environment cluster Axelera,…

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Birth of Separative: start-up created by François Parmentier and Financière Florentine

During the company’s incubation at Crealys, the scientific business incubator in Lyon (France), François Parmentier, inventor of the technology, met Pierre Frécon, founder of the Financière Florentine seed fund. That is when they started working together to develop a unique technology. In April 2014, they proudly announced the creation of the start-up with the chief…

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Axel’One: Gérard Collomb, Jean-Louis Gagnaire

Axel’One Gérard Collomb and other personnalities were to visit the freshly built platform with over 1.000m² of laboratories and offices dedicated to collaborative projects in the field of chemistry. For this event, the Axel’One team invited companies to present their know-how and technologies, including Separative, naturally, which should move to the new building during the…

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Technology: multicapillary chromatography

Separative offers a breakthrough technology for preparative chromatography. HPLC is the most efficient and versatile molecule separation process to date. Since the mid-1970s, many scientists have tried to use capillaries to reduce operating pressure, with a potential reduction estimated at a factor of 15 to 30 times less. The results were limited because the channels…

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