Nanoscientifica produces nanoparticles
The start-up Nanoscientifica was developed by Robson R. da Silva, Jessica Origo Hernandez and Kasper Moth-Poulsen, Professor in Applied Chemistry. The company produces nanoparticles in an environmental responsible process.
Amferia fights antibiotic resistance
It all started in 2014 with the two PhD students Saba Atefyekta and Anand Kumar Rajasehkaran. Martin Andersson, professor at the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, saw the possibility of combining the knowledge and ideas of the projects into a start-up called Amferia. The company is now expanding and has its material available in several countries.
In 2021 Timur Shegai, Professor in Nano and Biophysics together with the postdoc Battulga Munkhbat and Chalmers Ventures, started the company Smena Catalysis. He describes the process and the challenges of forming your own start-up.
In the spring of 2021, Victor Torres Company, Professor in Photonics, at the Department of Microtechnology and Nanoscience started the company Iloomina together with two PhD students from Chalmers.
Sweden Quantum was founded in the spring of 2022 by Simone Gasparinetti and Robert Rehammar from the department of MC2. In January 2023, Linus Andersson, a master’s student at MC2 joined and is now the CEO of the start-up.