SpinChem Insights

BiodeCCodiNNG: A collaboration towards a more sustainable future.

In industries such as pharmaceuticals, enzymes are indispensable. Enzyme catalysis is also an essential technology at the heart of industrial biotechnology, expected to foster EU economic growth and...

Cheaper synthesis route for COVID-19 drug: A collaboration with M4ALL 

Molnupiravir (MK-4482, EIDD-2801) is an experimental drug that has been demonstrated to be effective for the treatment of COVID-19 in human clinical trials. The M4ALL, a non-profit organization, is...

Circular economy using biocatalysis (and rotating bed reactors)

The city of Nan in Thailand accumulates 60-70 tons of waste per day. They are spending 10-15 million Baht each year, and the waste has only been going into landfills that are filling up faster than...

SpinChem provides an ideal platform for improving Immobazyme’s PepTrap™ technology

By combining Immobazyme’s PepTrap™ enzyme immobilization technology with SpinChem’s Rotating Bed Reactor (RBR), the biocatalytic output of PepTrap™ can be substantially increased to create a more...

Active ingredient in full scale production with rotating bed reactor

XP Chemistries AB is a producer of sustainable Capsaicin, the molecule responsible for the "heat" in the chili peppers. Through their patented process, they valorize biomass such as wood into the...

SpinChem unleashes the full potential of INOFEA's enzzen® technology for immobilized biocatalysis

INOFEA’s unique and patented technology enzzen® let enzymes stand challenging conditions. The use of enzymes is strongly limited by the fact that their structures are sensitive and fragile, like most...

A collaboration to accelerate access to high-quality, affordable, and innovative medicines for everyone

We at SpinChem, a Swedish company, have recently collaborated on a project with Prof. Dr. Benjamin List, Max Planck Institute für Kohlenforschung, and Prof. Armando Carlone from Università degli...