With our roots in a Caltech Nobel Laureate’s lab, Fuzionaire is a science innovation company exploring and developing the breakthrough in alkali metal catalysis featured in the film Element 19, which has been called a “Black Swan Event” in chemistry.
The 2015 Caltech Annual Report features our alkali metal catalysis platform as the first of three major scientific discoveries of the year, followed by the Nobel Prize-winning (2017) discovery of gravitational waves by LIGO.
Our affiliate Fuzionaire Diagnostics, in collaboration with the Crump Institute for Molecular Imaging at UCLA, and with an advisory team that includes the inventor of positron emission tomography (PET) and the PET scanner, is pursuing applications in molecular imaging that would vastly expand the diagnostic potential of the PET scanner.
Our work in fuel desulfurization, which could create the cleanest fuels with far greater energy efficiency, has been discussed in publications including Nature Energy (including in its News & Views), Chemistry World, and Scientific American.
In addition, we’re exploring a number of other “moonshot” applications of our breakthrough chemistry platform in stealth.