Insilico's Singapore representative office has been officially evolved into a subsidiary, the Insilico Biotechnology Pte Ltd.

Insilico Biotechnology AG has announced the foundation of its Singapore subsidiary, Insilico Biotechnology Pte. Ltd. This step enables the newly formed company to efficiently serve Insilico’s customers within Singapore and the APAC region. Insilico Biotechnology Pte. Ltd. will catalyze the digital transformation of the biopharmaceutical industry in the APAC to meet the specific demands of this rapidly growing biopharmaceutical market. Insilico’s predictive solutions and Digital Twins for biomanufacturing enhance the...


Multi-port valve block made from stainless steel with the control valve Gemü 567 Biostar control

With immediate effect, the valve specialist Gemü offers solutions for manufacturing diaphragm globe valves with PD design (Plug Diaphragm) as multi-port valve blocks made from stainless steel in a reliable process. The focus is on the requirements for "hygienic design" and cost effective process-optimized manufacture. It is possible with immediate effect to configure multi-port valves with diaphragm globe valves on a case by case basis according to customer requirements. For instance, multi-port valve blocks with the...

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Diavent component combines these two functions in a single, advanced design

Batteries for electric cars require both pressure compensation during normal operation and emergency ventilation. Freudenberg Sealing Technologies’ Diavent component combines these two functions in a single, advanced design.  Now this solution will help make the batteries installed in the Abt e-line e-Caddy and Abt e-line e-Transporter, two small Volkswagen cargo vans that are popular in Europe and Mexico, more reliable and safe.

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White Paper on digitization in catalysis research published

Unlocking the enormous wealth of catalysis research data: This is the aim of a new initiative of the German Catalysis Society (GeCatS). In the recently published white paper "The Digitalization of Catalysis-Related Sciences", experts from academia and industry outline how "digital catalysis" can accelerate research processes and lead to new insights.