Daily Archives:
October 10th, 2013


  1. Ben Franklin Alumnus Applied Separations Featured in Keystone Edge

    Carbon dioxide, in its supercritical-fluid state can extract caffeine from coffee and cinnamon oil from plants. It can dye fabrics without water. There are hundreds of applications that are useful in many industries. Applied Separations is in the center of research and manufacturing of systems to put supercritical fluids to use. And the company is Continue Reading…