Secured € 7.4 million in funding from the EIC to bring Separative's
invention of multicapillar monolith columns to market.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 968850

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What is the role of the EIC?

The EIC aims to identify and support breakthrough technologies and game changing innovations to create new markets and scale up internationally.

The EIC Accelerator provides substantial financial support with:
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GRANT FUNDING (non-dilutive)

Of up to €2.5 million for innovation development costs,
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INVESTMENTS (DIRECT EQUITY INVESTMENTS)

Of up to €15 million managed by the EIC Fund for scale up and other relevant costs.
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What are the benefits for applicants?

In addition, EIC selected companies receive coaching, mentoring, access to investors and corporates, and many other opportunities as part of the EIC community.

 

The EIC welcomes applications from innovators in all EU Member States and countries associated to the Horizon Europe programme. It particularly welcomes applications from startups and SMEs with female CEOs.

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Using t the EIC accelerator Pilot SEP43 project n ° 958850 T4.5 financing, Separative will be able to accelerate its development and market its monolith and multi-capillary chromatography columns to provide an innovative solution for the separation of samples at lower cost and faster than with current technologies. Separative will offer a solution providing unparalleled separation capacity at a lower operating pressure.

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“The pharmaceutical industry needs to be able to perform, during the development of new molecules, separations of an “inseparable” mixture. With the Separative multi-capillary columns we bring a new tool to solve this problem encountered by chemists.”