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Richman Chemical Inc.
768 N. Bethlehem Pike
Supply custom synthesis and custom manufacturing utilizing partner companies in US and other regions. Expert process development, project management and business start up advice.
Richman Chemical Inc. (RCI) provides consulting services to guide start-up and emerging technology firms in establishing important and necessary relationships with professional service providers, regulatory experts, technology licensing specialists, and potential investors. Clients are assisted via consulting and referral reports tailored to meet the specified category needs of a particular client firm and integrated and customized consulting services aimed at addressing specific client firm requirements. Our range of consulting and referral services include, but is not limited to, the following: ·Outsourcing and business advisory services ·Introduction to sources of capital (venture financing, angel financing, grant opportunities) ·Professional services advice (financial, legal, accounting, staffing, etc.) ·FDA/EPA regulatory guidance ·Validations and Inspections (Facility & Process) ·Intellectual property evaluation and protection counseling ·Product Development/Scale-up
Heather A Wahab, Ph.D.
123 N 3rd Street, Unit O
Chemical Consulting, laboratory assistance and custom development offered to industry, academia and government. Seventeen years’ experience as Chemistry Professor in the field of organic, physical, inorganic, general and analytical chemistry. Experienced Chemist specializing in materials analysis industry and industrial problem solving to manufacturing clients. Services include materials quantitative and qualitative analysis, practical application of chemistry towards solving technical problems, compound design, synthesis and evaluation using UV/VIS, IR, MS and NMR spectrometers, literature surveys, new product development.
514 Corrigan Way
CONSULTING METALLURGIST/CHEMIST: Specializing in forensic analyses; qualitative and quantitative characterization of unknowns; metallurgy and materials failure analysis; USP, NF, CTFA, AOAC, EP, JP, and ASTM chemistry, microbiology, and materials science analyses in food, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, plastics, packaging, coatings, and specialty products.
Engineering Systems, Inc.
4215 Campus Drive
Dr. Babcock has a broad General Chemistry knowledge that is invaluable to understanding the interaction of materials on a molecular level. He has extensive experience designing and building experimental apparatus and performing analytical testing, interpreting the results, and providing detailed reports summarizing the findings. He can provide practical and comprehensive testing that is independent and unbiased. He has experience performing a broad range of tests to determine the strength, physical, chemical, and wear properties of metals, ceramics, composites, and plastics.
Dr. Babcock has specialized throughout his career in the role that materials contribute to the limitations and failures of products and systems. He has substantial experience in a variety of materials, corrosion, measurement instrumentation, materials testing, intellectual property litigation, processing and processing equipment, R&D practices, and project management.
Wetzel Chemistry Consulting, LLC
4141 Baker Rd.
Chemistry Leadership for Drug Discovery and Development
Compound design, synthesis and evaluation Intellectual property protection Chemistry, Manufacturing & Controls management Due diligence Infrastructure design and implementation Litigation consulting For more information, please visit www.wetzelconsulting.com.
P O Box 942
Consulting in chromatographic and molecular spectroscopic (UV, fluorescence, IR, MS) analysis, the chemistry and composition of petroleum and its refined product, the analysis and chemistry of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), and career development for scientists and engineers
Enlighten Scientific LLC
105 W Corbin St Ste 204
Experience-based consulting and educational services to clients involved in the development and manufacture of colloid-based products.
I leverage the learnings of my 24-year career in the pharmaceutical industry to teach the essential scientific and technical concepts at a level appropriate for the unique needs of each client. I want to dispel the idea that colloid science is complicated, too academic, and challenging to implement. I know that by doing so, my clients will save time and money, and improve the robustness of their products. I apply the skills I developed learning colloid science (my formal discipline) to the resolution of problems in unrelated areas. I use critical visual observation of physical products, processes, and datasets to identify patterns that others fail to see. Such assessment brings about a rapid and inexpensive resolution to complex and costly problems.
JVP International, Inc
102 Lincoln Street
General and Technology Management Consulting to the Process Industries; Expert Witness and Litigation Support; Advice on developing and commercializing new chemical processes and catalysts
A technology and general management consulting practice, incorporated in January, 2001. Major areas of activity include expert witness and litigation support, and furnishing advice and technical analysis for organizations developing new catalytic or process technologies. Other consulting assignments have dealt with all aspects of general management, as well as R&D planning and management, process and catalyst technology evaluation, technology licensing in and out, patent analysis, mergers and acquisitions, market studies and strategic planning.