July 2015

Interview with Frans Velterop, managing director of Pervatech BV on 12 June 2015 in a special issue of 'Impact' (in Dutch) >>


September 2013

ECN's HybSi membrane has been nominated for the Accenture Innovation Award and selected as one of the best 25 candidates >>


15 April 2013

HybSi® membranes can now be used in acetic acid dehydration >> . 


January 2013

HybSi® pervaporation tool: a modeling tool for PV process design. Download the flyer >> . 


Tuesday 8 May 2012

Invitation for HybSi® wad-walk >>


Wednesday 25 April 2012

New HybSi® membrane publications >>


Thursday 19 January 2012

ECN grants Ceramiques Techniques Industrielles license on HybSi® membrane technology >>


Wednesday 12 October 2011

New HybSi® publications: use under extreme conditions and in chemical reactions >>


Wednesday 1 July 2011

Follow the latest news on Twitter

New directions for HybSi® membrane research >> 


Thursday 9 June 2011

Invitation to attend the wadloop 2011

HybSi® membranes at the ICOM 2011 >> 


Wednesday 25 May 2011

ECN starts HybSi® pilot at the test facility Plant One

HybSi® membrane reactor

First HybSi® membranes sold by Pervatech >>


Thursday 14 October 2010

HybSi® membrane modules sold

1000 days stability at 150°C >>


Friday 4 June 2010

Licence on HybSi® granted to Pervatech

Pervatech, an innovative Dutch specialist in pervaporation membrane technology, is the first industrial partner to obtain a licence for the commer­cialisation of the HybSi® mem­brane technology >>


Thursday 29 April 2010

First HybSi® pilot test scheduled

Hydrogen separation possible with HybSi®

Second HybSi® patent granted >> 


Friday 9 October 2009

Prestigious prize for HybSi® membranes

Dr. Rob Kreiter has received the 2009 Donald R. Ulrich award for “an outstanding contribution to the field of Sol-Gel science and technology”. >>


Monday 10 August 2009

STW-project “Hydrothermally stable organosilica-based hybrid membranes for molecular separations” granted

The currently granted project is the follow-up of a successful STW project (TFC.5426) in which an entirely new class of hybrid materials with molecular separation properties was discovered and patented. >>