The Enabling Technologies Consortium regularly issues Requests for Information and Requests for Proposals to solicit interest in collaborating on high-value opportunities to deliver innovative technologies with a compelling business case. Check back regularly to see our current opportunities, or subscribe for notifications regarding new Requests for Information and Requests for Proposals.
PROPOSALS UNDER REVIEW
The ETC is seeking companies interested in supplying a viable commercial compact HPLC system. This technology, combined with existing automated sample extraction and dilution systems, would enable hood-mounted on-line characterization of chemical processes during development and scale-up in pharmaceutical, commodity, and specialty chemical laboratories. Read more in the Request for Information.
Nov 4, 2019
The ETC is seeking companies interested in supplying a viable commercial 2D-LC-SFC system. The complementary retention mechanisms of the proposed system offer unique advantages over the current RP-RP LC separation for a wide range of applications that are not amenable by 2D-LC. Read more in the Request for Information.
Nov 18, 2019
PROJECTS IN EXECUTION
For this project ETC is seeking potential collaborators to develop a cost-effective, user-friendly platform focused solely on reliable solubility measurement that can be operated in “walk-up” mode to deliver accurate, reproducible solubility data in highly diverse solvent systems over a wide range of experimental conditions. Read more in the Request for Information.
Jan 16, 2018
ETC is soliciting interest in collaborating with a partner on the development of a spatially resolved spectroscopy probe for application in pharmaceutical drying processes. Read more in the Request for Proposals.
Online UHPLC Sampler
ETC is seeking companies interested in supplying a vendor-supported online sampling system with integrated liquid chromatographic (LC) analysis employing a low volume, probe-based sampling system capable of repeated automated sampling with the ability to perform direct sample injection for LC analysis for any desired number of reaction time points. Read the Request for Information.
Automated Solubility Platform
Next-Generation Prep SFC Instrumentation
In this project, desired hardware and software requirements and performance criteria collected from a cross-pharmaceutical group of SFC users will be shared with potential instrument providers, in the hope of identifying partners interested in developing, optimizing, and/or commercializing the "next-generation" of preparative SFC instrumentation collaboratively. Read More about our Request for Information and submit your response. You can also read the press release.
Population Balance Model
There are several opportunities to improve the current commercial PBM software in order to increase adoption. Read More about our Request for Information and submit your response. You can also read the press release.
ETC is seeking a collaboration partner interested in providing accelerated access to flexibly deployed computing resources to meet member companies’ needs and enhance collaboration. Read more about our Request for Information.
Next Generation Capture
ETC is seeking a partner to deliver a module that would enable a platform to interface with wearable devices that could be worn by scientists inside laboratories to enhance and complement our ability to capture information from experiments. Read more in the Request for Information.
Dec 2, 2019
Cohesive Powder Feeding Modeling
ETC is seeking a partner to collaborate on the development of a industrially implementable model for cohesive power feeding to reduce experimental work and material consumption to predict feeding performance of cohesive powders. Read more in the Request for Proposals.
Oct 7, 2020
Development and Implementation of a Powder Feeding System to Feed Poor Flowing Materials at Low Rates
ETC is seeking a partner to collaborate on the development of a industrially implementable feeding device capable of processing smaller batch sizes at low total mass flows for use during development and commercial manufacturing. Read more in the Request for Proposals.
Oct 7, 2020