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Kadir Aslan Named Among Maryland’s Top Innovators

photoAslan-1-300x265Morgan Chemistry Professor Kadir Aslan recently added another accolade to his growing list of recognitions, as he was last week named one of Maryland’s top innovators by the Daily Record Newspaper.

Dr. Aslan, who received a $100,000 grant from Maryland’s Innovation Initiative in April, was among 25 individuals, organizations and companies to be named to the 11th annual listing of scientists, community servants, business leaders and educators named among the best in the state.

Dr. Aslan and his research group are developing crystallization products for commercial use with the MA-MAEC technology. The crystallization products are: 1) three new circular polymer crystallization platforms for commercially available microwave ovens (i) low sample load (21 samples), (ii) medium sample load (95 samples) and (iii) high sample load (204 samples). 2) “iCrystal system”: a high-end integrated device that offers a superior control over the crystallization process.

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