MOF Technologies commercializes fruit preservation product and challenges expectations on platform material timelines

Start-up MOF Technologies (see the January 10, 2016 LRMJ) recently announced it signed a deal with Decco, a producer of products for food storage. To learn more, Lux caught up with MOF Technologies CEO Paschal McCloskey. Paschal stated that Decco will use metal organic frameworks (MOFs) to store 1-m...

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