Cynora Received German Raw Material Efficiency Award 2014

The proud laureates of the German Raw Material Efficiency Award 2014. Cynora was represented by Dr. Thomas Baumann (CTO, 5th from the left) and Dr. Bruno Grimm (Project Manager, 3rd from the left; Source: BGR / Uppenkamp)

The proud laureates of the German Raw Material Efficiency Award 2014. Cynora was represented by Dr. Thomas Baumann (CTO, 5th from the left) and Dr. Bruno Grimm (Project Manager, 3rd from the left; Source: BGR / Uppenkamp)

Since 2011, the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy has recognized companies and research institutes for the development and implementation of raw material efficient products, processes and services with the German Raw Material Efficiency Award. This year’s winners were granted the award ceremonially as part of the expert conference “Using Raw Materials Efficiently – Successful on the Market” in Berlin, Germany.
Innovative solutions from practice and research sought
The project submitted by Cynora – “Platinum and Iridium-free, optoelectronic materials for Material-Efficient use in OLEDs” – convinced the panel. For many years, the company has been working on developing Singlet Harvesting technology, which makes it possible to manufacture efficient OLED components without the previously used, very rare heavy metals. This innovation could be the impetus for implementing this new technology into market-ready products. With approximately 200 patent registrations, Cynora is considered a pioneer in this field. This commitment has now been rewarded with the German Raw Material ­Efficiency Award 2014. (Source: Optik & Photonik 1 / 2015)
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