Ecodyst has been selected to advance to the semi-finals of the NC IDEA Grant application. This brings us much pleasure because out of the hundreds of companies that applied, we were part of the selected few. An excerpt from the email sent to notify us of our semi-finalist status can be seen below:
Today, Ecodyst is excited to announce that Ecodyst is the 2016 recipient of the American Chemical Society Southeastern Regional Industrial Innovation Award. This nationally recognized award is further evidence that Ecodyst’s creative innovation is beginning to impact the local, regional and national economy.
A 2nd year undergraduate student, Robin, using the EcoChyll that Ecodyst donated to Brock University (Canada). Ecodyst- Designed by Scientists for Scientists
CARY, N.C. — One of the “coolest” companies presenting at CED Tech Venture is Ecodyst, a two-year-old Cary startup with patented self-cooling technology that it says is “disruptive.” Video: Watch an overview of Ecodyst technology at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WkjyrsMpsiI
Ecodyst has been selected to present in this year’s CED Venture Conference as a Lightning Round presenter on the main stage. With over 115 worldwide applicants from a very competitive pool, the Steering Committee, Ecodyts, submission was deemed among the best! New this year for the themed #TheNext event is a “lightning round” during which […]
Problem: Rotary evaporators (“rotavaps”) have for decades been staples in labs and industries performing chemistry, including labs in the chemical, environmental, materials, life science, and forensics industries. Key applications include sample concentration, solvent recycling, extractions, and separation of solvent mixtures. Rotavaps consist of a heating fluid bath, rotating motor, evaporating flask, condenser, collection flask, and […]
George Adjabeng was born in Ghana and lives in the United States. But, he still considers Brock University his home. While he completed his Master’s in Chemistry at Brock, Adjabeng says he learned effective researching and the value of collaboration. “The education I received at Brock really prepared me for what I’ve been able to accomplish,” […]
Rotary evaporators, which chemists fondly refer to as rotovaps, are used to swirl a sample in a round-bottom flask like a wine connoisseur swirls an expensive glass of Bordeaux. But instead of trying to draw out the bouquet and taste as a connoisseur would for wine, chemists use rotovaps to remove solvents from a […]
Ecodyst® is the innovative leader and creator of the next generation of rotary evaporators used by chemists and researchers in laboratories and commercial settings.