Snapdragon Chemistry Celebrates the Third Anniversary of Our Founding

Snapdragon Chemistry

Snapdragon Chemistry

Snapdragon Chemistry is proud and happy to celebrate the third anniversary of our founding.  Over these three years we have been fortunate to work closely with more than twenty clients hailing from bulk chemical, agrichemical and pharmaceutical sectors.  We are grateful to each one of our clients and especially thankful to the many who have endorsed our partnership by returning across these years with multiple projects.  Our clients have brought us abundant opportunities to deliver flow chemistry processes that are more productive, more inherently safe, and more environmentally responsible.  They have embraced new technologies ranging from scalable photochemistry to electrochemistry to ultra-fast reaction skids.  We appreciate the support they have provided and the vision they have shown as we have grown our business.

This growth has included adding additional scientists and engineers; expanding our laboratory, administrative and workshop spaces; and enhancing our capabilities and development options.  Growth has also come in the form of our partnership with Johnson Matthey that now allows us to provide a full end-to-end offering for pharmaceutical flow chemistry from route conception to development to cGMP manufacture.  It also includes our joining of CMAC to help lead the next developments in flow chemistry manufacture.

Over these three years we have benefited greatly from the insightful and tireless guidance of our scientific advisory board.  These science and technology leaders have been our ardent and vocal proponents as they have challenged us to bring the best innovations forward.  As we look forward to the future, we are excited by the accelerating interest and adoption of flow chemistry across the discovery, development, and manufacturing life cycle.  We look forward to continuing to work with our current clients, adding new clients, and being at the forefront of innovation in this exciting field!