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Centro Alta Tecnologia Istituto di ricerche chimiche e biochimiche G. Ronzoni srl

The Centro Alta Tecnologia Institute of Chemical and Biochemical Research G. Ronzoni was founded in 2012 as a spin-off of the Ronzoni Institute with the aim of providing to the chemical industries (pharmaceutical or not) research activities and non-routine analytical characterization using advanced techniques.
The CAT signed an agreement with the Ronzoni Institute for the use of its automatized instruments and facilities improving the analytical efficiency.
This organization structure allows to provide to the industrial sector a direct access to complex instruments without the economic investment and the high maintenance costs. The instruments, working in accordance with GLP rules, are used for the analysis and characterization of drugs, foods, polymeric and composite materials in liquid or solid form.
The current customers of CAT - mainly foreign industries (located in Netherlands, China, Ukraine, Brazil) – have realized the advantages of an highly specialized outsourcing service for the in-depth investigation of analytical characterization of their products and the set-up of appropriate analytical methods.

Istituto Ronzoni

Istituto Ronzoni

The Institute was founded in 1927, by the philanthropist Luigi Ronzoni, who dedicated it to the memory of his mother Giuliana. First established as an institute for post-graduate training in Industrial Chemistry, it acquired its actual structure as "Istituto Scientifico di Chimica e Biochimica G. Ronzoni", in 1941. The Institute's activities are entirely on a non-profit basis. They are financially supported by the Foundation endowment (incomes from real estate), by public and private research grants and contracts, and private donations..

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