Nanomerics shortlisted for RSC Emerging Technologies Competition

Nanomerics today announced that its had been short listed for a Royal Society of Chemistry Emerging Technologies award. This annual award is made to companies that demonstrate the commercialisation of chemical sciences technology.  Nanomerics was short listed based on the use of its Molecular Envelope Technology, the technology underpinning Nanomerics' products, for drug delivery to the brain.
 
Nanomerics will join other short listed company in a grand pitch to a panel of investors at the Royal Society of Chemistry's flagship event for industry: Chemistry Means Business on the 13th and 14th of June 2017 at The Midland in Manchester.

"We are really proud to have been recognised by our peers, by being shortlisted for an Emerging Technologies award," said Professor Ijeoma F. Uchegbu, Nanomerics' Chief Scientific Officer.  "Nanomerics' Molecular Envelope Technology works as a solubiliser and penetration enhancer and is based on a carefully designed self assembling polymer.  We look forward to pitching our business at the Chemistry Means Business event."

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