News 2022


We have launched our latest product Capscence. Microspheres that can absorb all sorts of substances. For further details follow this link: Capscence














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Events in 2021














We are excited to announce that our team has moved to a new location. We spent the previous 6 years in Huygens building just a few minutes walk away from our new location. 

Events in 2020








Meet us at the 4th European Chemistry Partnering I 27 February 2020 I Frankfurt I Germany


Events in 2019







Meet AV Chemistry at the European Coatings Show 2019 I 19 - 21 March 2019 I Nuremberg I Germany

Events in 2018








Meet us at CPhI from 9-11 October in Madrid











AV Chemistry will join the ArmChemFront 2018 conference from 21-25 October in Yerevan. The ArmChemFront 2018 is organized by Prof. Dr. S. R. Harutyunyan, Prof. B. Feringa and Prof. I. Aprahamian.















AV Chemistry is glad to join the HEALDENT project of Dr. Ir. Paulusse en Prof. Dr. Ir. Leeuwenburgh which was honored with a TURBO grant. This new initiative rewards high potential collaborations between Twente University and the Radboud UMC.

In this project  biocompatible microcapsules will be developed for self-healing and fatigue-resistant dental composites.

The knowledge of AV Chemistry in the field of microencapsulation will be exploited to create breakthroughs in the area of dental composites.







We will be visiting the American Coatings Show 2018 from 10-12 April in Indianapolis.

News 2017









AV Chemistry is broadening its knowledge by participating in a project called ‘Polymer chemistry in flow’ under the guidance of Prof. Dr. F.P.J.T. Rutjes of the Radboud University in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. The benefits of continuous synthesis is not only the increased control in exothermic processes and efficient mixing of reagents, but also adds value to low-end assembly-line and high-margin products. In this collaboration AV Chemistry is exploring the possibilities of performing batch polymerizations in microflow reactors.