Developing MRT™ to Meet Customer Needs – IBC’s Tradition of Excellence

IBC’s long and distinguished tradition of developing and commercializing Molecular Recognition Technology™ has been recognized through receipt of numerous prestigious awards:

2020, American Chemical Society, Fellow, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Division, Dr. Ronald L. Bruening, for making innovative contributions in applied chemistry or chemical engineering.

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2020, American Chemical Society, Fellow, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Division, Dr. Krzysztof E. Krakowiak, for making innovative contributions in applied chemistry or chemical engineering.

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2013, U.S. Department of Energy, Secretary’s Honor Award, IBC, Steven R. Izatt, Dr. Ronald L. Bruening, Dr. Krzysztof E. Krakowiak and Paul J. Talbot, as part of the Salt Waste Disposal Technologies Team, for “Successful execution of a large-scale, long-term, multi-institutional effort that combined fundamental and applied research, technology development, scale-up and commercialization to develop and deploy new technologies for the safe and cost-effective disposition of large volumes of salt waste, enabling a substantial reduction in the Department’s legacy environmental footprint.”

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2011, Council for Chemical Research, Collaboration Research Award, IBC, for “Development and Implementation of High-Level Salt Waste Processing Technology at SRS”.

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2001, Alumni Achievement Award, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Utah State University, Dr. Reed M. Izatt.

1999, R&D Magazine, Top 40 R&D 100 Award Winner, IBC, selected in top one percentile of all awards ever given by R&D Magazine. These 40 winning projects are considered to have made the biggest impact on society and technology. This select group included Empore Rad Disks, with AnaLig® from IBC.

1999, Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Dr. Krzysztof E. Krakowiak, presented by M. Kwasniewski, President of the Republic of Poland.

1996, American Chemical Society National Award in Separation Science and Technology, Dr. Reed M. Izatt and Dr. Jerald S. Bradshaw, “For advancing the separation science of metals and for new technology to forward industrial-scale recovery of metals from aqueous solutions”.

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1996, R&D 100 Award, IBC, for development of Empore Rad Disks by IBC, 3M Company, and Argonne National Laboratory.

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1995, Most Innovative Product, Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum, Steven R. Izatt and Neil E. Izatt.

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