Chromition Ltd. Chromition Ltd.

 

Chromition develops, produces & supplies proprietary materials Luminspheres™, Elecspheres™ and Dielecspheres™, which enable next-generation ultralow powered printed electronics and light-emitting products.

Chromition evolved from Mark McCairn & Mark turner's long standing working realtionsjipChromition evolved from Mark McCairn & Mike Turner’s long-standing working relationship at the University of Manchester. Initial proof-of-principle investment was secured to establish Chromition, develop the product portfolio and protect the associated intellectual property.

Chromition brings together Mark’s previous experience in a high-growth early stage spin-out from the University of Manchester that now trades on AIM and Mike’s experience with advanced materials as the director of the Organic Materials Innovation Centre (OMIC). OMIC being recognised as one of five UK centres of excellence in printed electronics and forms part of the Knowledge Centre for Materials Chemistry, a UK national facility for research into materials chemistry.

Chromition is committed to forge new and strengthen existing collaborative partnerships with commercial application developers to enable realisation of next-generation technologies.

 

 

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