Powering Dendritic Polymer Research for Over 14 Years.
A Global Provider of a Wide Range of Dendritic Materials to Customers Ranging from Medtech, Biotech to Research Intense Scientific Groups.
Board of Directors
Michael Malkoch is a Professor in Functional Organic Nanomaterials at KTH Royal Institute of Technology and a self-made entrepreneur with focus on advanced nanomaterials suited for medical and biomedical applications.
As a leading expert in the field with a vast “know how” experience in the scalable synthesis of well-defined polymers and their final tuning to fit the choice of application.
He holds several prestigious awards that focus of dendritic materials and their exploitation as precision polymers in currently recognized bottlenecks of the healthcare sector including polymer therapeutics, diagnostic tools, tissue adhesives and regenerative scaffolds.
Dr Michael Malkoch
Board Member and CEO
Eva Malmström is a Professor of Coating Technology at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden with a long experience in polymer synthesis and a co-founder of Polymer Factory Sweden AB.
She was appointed deputy president of KTH between 2009-2016. Currently, she is the head of Division of Coating technology and a board member of several company and associations.
She is also an elected member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA).
Dr Eva Malmström
Chairman of the Board
Mats Wallnér has a M.Sc. in chemical engineering and MBA and a co-founder of Polymer Factory.
In his early years, Mats worked in the Alfa-Laval group as a sales engineer for fermentation facilities with responsibility for several international markets, primarily the United States. Mats had also taken on the reliability as a business area manager for food, chemicals and cellulose industries in North and South America for the AGA group.
He was the managing director for a leading incubator based in Stockholm with a business strategy to support and develop newly started companies coming from Universities.
Today, He is a business coach, board professional and hands-on investor in more than fifteen companies.
Dr Anders Hult received his PhD in Polymer Technology in 1982 from the KTH Royal Institute of Technology. He joined the Department of Polymer Technology at KTH as research associate (1984-1986) and associate professor (1986).
Shortly after in 1988, he attained full professor status. Between 1999 and 2004, Dr Hult served as Dean of the School of Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology at KTH.
He was also a visiting professor at Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Lausanne, Switzerland in 1993 and University of Texas, Austin, USA in 2004. He has published over 200 papers and has successfully filed 9 patents.
Dr Anders Hult