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We dedicate our internal R&D to developing novel technologies that solve industry challenges, and form strategic partnerships with the healthcare sector to help innovate and commercialize technologies and products.

iCRT (inorganic Controlled Release Technology)

  • Tailored release allows you to control the rate of active delivery with a high level of precision
  • Our materials research forms the basis of our drug delivery work and product line
  • iCRT (inorganic Controlled Release Technology) has been developed by our experts for delivery of key actives.

Encapsulation

Are you working with sensitive compounds and need a technology to protect them?

Organic molecules can impart beneficial functionality to products, but are often sensitive to “harsh” environments, including:

  • High temperatures
  • Extreme pH
  • Chemical attack
  • Strong ionic concentrations
  • Exposure to organic solvents.

Many encapsulation technologies are also organic (polymer) based, making them of little use for applications where shielding or protection is desired – either during processing/manufacturing, or in the end application/in use.

Lucideon’s encapsulation and controlled release technology platforms (iCRT) use inorganic materials, such as silicate- and phosphate- based glasses or ceramics. Naturally, these materials are much more resistant to extreme environments.

MxHA

  • Enhanced biocompatibility and bioactivity
  • Multi-substituted hydroxyapatite for bone/tooth replacement, repair and drug delivery applications.

VPP (Viscous Plastic Processing)

  • A unique technology by expert ceramicists
  • The VPP (Viscous Plastic Processing) technique produces ceramics and composites with improved properties by eliminating microstructure defects and breaking down agglomerates.

Flash Sintering

  • A world first
  • A low-energy ceramic processing technology, based on the application of an electric field to the ceramic body during sintering.

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