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CEM Announces Formation of Japanese Subsidiary


CEM Corporation announced the formation of a new subsidiary headquartered in Tokyo with an additional office in Osaka, Japan. CEM Japan will be responsible for all sales, marketing, technical support and service of the Company’s entire line of laboratory instrumentation in Japan and selected ...


CEM Receives Fourth Patent for Microwave Peptide Synthesis


CEM announced that its fourth US patent covering microwave-assisted peptide synthesis (US7,582,728) was issued on September 1, 2009. The patent contains broad claims regarding the process of using microwave energy to accelerate two key steps in performing almost all solid phase peptide synthesis, ...


CEM Wins Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award for the Sprint Rapid Protein Analyzer


CEM Corporation has won a 2009 Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award in the Greener Reaction Conditions category for its Sprint(TM) Rapid Protein Analyzer. The company accepted the award during a ceremony at the Carnegie Institute for Science (CIS) inWashington, DC. The award, presented ...


Plant Impact plc Signs R&D Collaboration Agreement with CEM Analytical Services Ltd and tecsolve (UK) Ltd


Plant Impact announced that as part of an ongoing strategic review of its activities, and in light of the successful completion of the commercialisation deal with Arysta Life Science Corporation, it has signed long term agreements with tecsolve and CEMAS. The Agreements, which are effective as ...


CEM & USEPA Enter into R&D Agreement for Research into Green Microwave Chemistry Scale-up Methods


CEM Corporation has signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The goal of the agreement is to develop large-scale, microwave chemistry methods for a wide variety of chemistries using solvents that are more environmentally friendly, such ...


New System for Microwave-Assisted Peptide Synthesis


The application of microwave energy has proved to be a major enabling tool for many chemical applications requiring energy input. A new technique for microwave-assisted, solid-phase peptide synthesis has been developed that allows for coupling times as low as two minutes. A single-mode cavity is ...


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