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Reaxa Secures U.K. Grant for Pharma Catalyst
10:12 AM MDT | July 21, 2010 | Laura Templer
The U.K.’s Technology Strategy Board, a U.K. government agency, has awarded £718,000 ($920,000) to a consortium led by catalyst firm Reaxa (Manchester, U.K.) to commercialize CP-STAR, a clean, low cost catalyst for processing pharmaceuticals. CP-STAR has been developed in collaboration between Reaxa and John Blacker, professor of chemistry at the University of Leeds (Leeds, U.K.). The benefits of CP-STAR are that it can remove processing and complex purification steps in the manufacture of drugs. The catalyst can lower precious metal and...
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