The Innovation Curve

MOFs have been around for roughly 20 years. As with all fields of chemistry, a lot of research has been undertaken in the intervening time – there are many types of MOFs, but how do they each perform under certain circumstances, are they commercially viable? All questions of great interest. In 2016, in collaboration with […]

MOF Technologies R&D Lab

“a family of miracle materials called MOFs have a bright future in products and technologies” – Royal Society of Chemistry Miracle Materials “Miracle materials” – pretty high praise, and from the Royal Society of Chemistry no less. Why are MOFs referred to using such superlatives? They are a very unique material that have been a […]

MOF Technologies Invest £1.2 million in New Production & R&D Facilities

  Major expansion plans will give us the edge needed to scale MOFs commercially, says CEO Further strengthening its position as the leading commercial innovator in the Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) space, MOF Technologies is putting in place the tools necessary for full-scale commercial MOF production. Made possible in part through financial support from the European […]

Fast Growth for MOF Technologies

MOF Technologies is delighted to have been named as one of Sonovate’s 50 fastest growing Companies. This is in recognition of fast growth potential following recent investment. This news is a significant accolade in recognition of the significant progress that MOF Technologies has achieved in recent months. MOF Technologies has recently invested £1.2M in advancing […]

Carbon Capture MOFs – Living in a Greenhouse

Carbon Capture MOFs – Living in a Greenhouse

Carbon Capture MOFs I went Skiing this year. Booked a flight to a traditionally snow sure alpine resort, and off we went. A potentially terrific holiday that was unfortunately missing one key component – snow!! Not even a suggestion of powdery white trails; an entire industry based upon reliance on a key commodity arriving annually […]

Collaborating with University of Limerick to develop Two New MOFs to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

MOF Technologies will collaborate with University of Limerick to develop two new carbon capture MOFs. Carbon Capture MOFs We have agreed to develop, for commercialisation two MOFs from the University of Limerick (UL) designed to be highly selective for carbon capture and storage. In response to an EU-led initiative to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across European member […]

MOF Technologies Featured in Northern Irish Entrepreneurial Blog TechWatch

There have been numerous reasons for MOF Technologies to be in the spotlight over the last 12 months. But a recent feature in Northern Irish blog, Techwatch, on the Belfast-based firm currently leading the world in metal organic framework (MOF) research, encapsulates just how good things have been for the Queen’s University Spin Out of […]

MOF Technologies Awarded Prestigious RSC Industrial Placement Grant

    The team at MOF Technologies is set to grow once more as the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) has offered the company a prestigious industrial placement grant – the RSC grant the Northern Irish nanotech firm has been awarded in the last year. “The news couldn’t have come at a better time,” says […]

MOF Technologies announces new Investment from Excelsa Ventures & QUBIS

Significant new investment into the company will allow for scaling of the new production line capacity and a quadrupling of their research laboratory space and staff, says CEO. Belfast-based MOF Technologies Ltd. has received a significant investment from London-based Excelsa Ventures together with Queen’s University’s research commercialisation arm, QUBIS, which has reinforced its commitment with […]

MOF Technologies CEO to Present Keynote at Porous Materials Conference in Australia

Dr Paschal McCloskey, CEO of MOF Technologies, has been invited to give a keynote speech at the ‘Fundamentals and Applications of Advanced Porous Materials‘ Conference in Adelaide, Australia this month. The event, which runs from the 8th to 10th of December, will showcase current research activity in the study of porous materials. Given the growing […]