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History

´╗┐We are proud of our innovation and creativity

2011

Novoset started as a marketing and business development company in Peapack, New Jersey to support and expand Lonza's Cyanate esters and other composite materials business (Joint press release).

2012

Technology Center opened in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey (press release) for new product development in electronics, aerospace and other markets.

2014

Major US patent allowed on hydrocarbon modified cyanate esters. Patent licensed to a large manufacturing company (press release). Products manufactured and commercialized.

2015

Licensed resin infusion-based  Fire, Smoke and Toxicity (FST) composition material to a midsize German company for interior applications –products successfully manufactured for Airbus structural interiors parts.

2016

First high temperature 3D Printing material patent awarded based on Cyanate esters and other high temperature resins. Product commercialized and is being marketed to leading 3D printing companies for various applications.

2018

Ultra low Dk/Df  “Hydrocarbon based” composition patent allowed for various 5th Generation ( 5G ) applications. The product has comparable Dk / Df with Teflon®. It is in qualifications stages with various leading Printed Circuit Board applications, Base Station, and HDI / IC substrate for semiconductor packaging industries.

2019

Licensed 5G resins technology to one of the world's largest specialty chemical companies and entered collaboration for market development in 5G related electronic applications (press release).

Entered collaboration partnership with a large Fine chemical company for various specialty chemicals intermediate  for electronic , aerospace, and industrial applications.

Entered 3D bioprinting for medical device applications. The technology is promoted under a new startup 3D – Biomaterials, LLC.  A major patent allowed in 3D bioprinting applications. Seeking strategic JDA partner to explore medical device market using 3D printing technology. 

2020

Entered market development for aerospace and Oil & Gas applications with "modified Hydrocarbons" under product name NTP-350-1 .