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MATRIC Launches New Website and Logo

In an effort to improve chemical-catalyst-catalyst-testing-chemical-catalyst-chemical-pilot-plant-demonstration-plant-solids-processing-chemical-separations and strengthen its brand, MATRIC | Mid-Atlantic Technology, Research & Innovation Center has established a new website and logo. We have established a new website and URL at www.matricinnovates.com, which is a domain name reflective of MATRIC’s primary service: assisting customers with innovation in breakthrough technologies and product /process [...]

Marcellus to Manufacturing: Forum Highlights Potential of Ethane

A specialty at MATRIC | Mid-Atlantic Technology, Research & Innovation Center is working with chemical companies to improve and create technologies used in production. The materials these chemical firms produce in turn generate hundreds of consumer products and create significant economic output. MATRIC Chief Executive Steve Hedrick moderated during the 2013 Marcellus to Manufacturing (M2M) [...]

Crystallization Expertise at MATRIC

Experience is an important component at Mid-Atlantic Technology, Research & Innovation Center, and Charles “Chuck” Moyers, Ph.D., is a noteworthy example of MATRIC’s depth of knowledge. He is a Fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers and an internationally recognized expert in operations including solution and melt crystallization, drying, and liquid/solid separation. In his [...]

Crystallization and Competitive Advantage

Crystallization and Competitive Advantage Companies continuously seek advantage in their fields, and the chemical industry is particularly competitive. Consider the race to economically produce bio-based materials. Composed of living organisms like yeast and enzymes, they serve as an alternative to fossil-based resources, and can be used as feedstock components for various consumer products. Because oil [...]

National Youth Science Campers to Visit MATRIC

The Mid-Atlantic Technology, Research & Innovation Center recognizes the critical importance of education and the role learning plays in fostering new discoveries. On June 28, we're excited to be hosting over 100 National Youth Science Campers. Some of the nation's brightest high schoolers and international students will visit our offices and laboratories at the West [...]

Kureha’s New PGA Plant to Produce Biodegradable Plastic

Photo of polyglycolic acid, provided by Charleston Area Alliance. Yesterday’s opening of a new polyglycolic acid plant in Belle, W.Va., was good news for the state's economy and the world’s environment. Kureha will annually produce several million pounds of the polymer, which is biodegradable, for use in products such as soft drink bottles. [...]

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