To meet customer demand, Asynt are now offering 11 different wavelength options for those carrying out photochemical reactions with the LightSyn Lighthouse.
Industry & academia combine to support synthesis of squaric acid monoamides as building blocks for drug discovery
Kingston University collaboration with industry leaders, Asynt and Key Organics, to develop accessible new synthetic compound library.
Asynt has collaborated with Almac Sciences, a leading specialist in API development and manufacturing, to design and supply a range of bespoke reactor vessels.
As part of our 20th birthday celebrations, we’re proud to launch the NEW DrySyn Prodigy using fully recyclable materials.
Take control of your photochemical reactions to ensure reliable, repeatable results!
Sustainable material innovation company, Kelpi (Bristol, UK), is using Asynt’s DrySyn oil-free heating blocks and CondenSyn waterless air condensers in their fight against marine plastic pollution and single-use plastics manufactured from fossil fuels.
Innovative UK Sixth Form College breaks barriers between science in further education and in industry
Asynt are proud to confirm that age 16+ learners attending Thomas Rotherham College (South Yorkshire, UK) Sixth Form College are using the CondenSyn waterless air condenser and Distillation Adapter in their lessons after recent updates in the science department.
Multicell HPR Evaluation relating to published paper: The Key Role of the Latest N-H Group in Milstein’s Catalysts for Ester Hydrogenation
Colgate University (NY, USA) used kinetic data taken from the Asynt Multicell in their valuable characterisation of the mechanisms of Milstein’s catalysts necessary to understand the reactivity of these vital catalysts in ester hydrogenation.
Game changing SmartChemistry® technology utilises clean heating system to unlock the power of quality data in the lab
Asynt reports how the deepmatter® Group have developed the cloud-based SmartChemistry® platform to share chemical reaction and sensor data direct from the laboratory to allowing analysis of this information on an unprecedented scale.
3 heated reactions, no oil: UK University Chemists cuts energy consumption in half & improve sustainability
The Central Teaching Laboratories and the Department of Chemistry at the University of Liverpool (UK) has published an in-depth study that reports upon their implementation of Asynt laboratory equipment across