Boron Molecular

Boron Molecular is an Australian owned organisation originally spun out of the CSIRO in 2001. Boron Molecular has for many years supplied a range of early and late stage intermediates into the pharmaceutical and medicinal chemistry industries. Utilizing this experience and the stringent requirements for the provision of quality product, we have extended our interest into the materials science field and are currently supplying materials and advanced stage intermediates for use in the development and manufacture of OLED displays and a number of other niche markets in the polymer, coatings and adhesives fields.

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