• FCAD Emerges As the Ultimate Source of Halofuginone

    FCAD Emerges As the Ultimate Source of Halofuginone

    Brief Introduction of Halofuginone Chemical derivative of febrifugine, Halofuginone is a natural quinazolinone found in Chinese herb Dichora. Previously, the drug was used in veterinary medicine; however, today it is being developed for the treatment of scleroderma and has received orphan drug designation from FDA. Halofuginone is an inhibitor that inhibits the development of TRead more →
  • FCAD Successfully Developed Three New Electrolytes to Be Used In Lithium-Ion Batteries

    FCAD Successfully Developed Three New Electrolytes to Be Used In Lithium-Ion Batteries

    Previously, nickel-cadmium was the only batteries for charging portable electronics and other equipment. Ranging from wireless forms of communications to mobile computing, nickel-cadmium was a top choice. However, during the early 1990s, lithium-ion surfaced in the market, providing competition to the otherwise popular option. In the present day, lithium-ion has emerged as the most promisingRead more →
  • Uses of Enzymes in Various Industries

    Uses of Enzymes in Various Industries

    Enzymes are biological molecules that catalyze chemical reactions. In enzymatic reactions, the molecules at the beginning of the process are converted into different molecules called products. Almost all chemical reactions in a biological cell need enzymes in order to occur at rates sufficient for life. Some enzymes are used commercially in various industries. Here’s a

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  • Why FCAD Invested in Ionic Liquids?

    Why FCAD Invested in Ionic Liquids?

    Low Melting Point Ever tried melting table salt? You can’t melt it in a kitchen because they have a melting point of 801○C! Table salt can easily be dissolved in water, but cannot be melted. This is due to the presence of cations and anions in salt. They pack well to each other, lose theirRead more →