Andrew Dadson is the General Manager of US Synthetic’s newest division, Diamond Analytics. Since 2005, he has worked at US Synthetic in multiple capacities. Most recently he headed up new business development and, in that role, helped open the door for US Synthetic's entry into its newest field -- separation science. Mr. Dadson has been responsible for developing the application of polycrystalline diamond in HPLC and other applications. Prior to his time at US Synthetic, Andrew spent two years at Combustion Resources, a comprehensive engineering services company focused on energy, fuels and combustion. He analyzed various synthetic fuels, including coal and other chemicals, using relevant analytical techniques such as GC and other important analytical techniques.
Mr. Dadson received his Bachelor of Science degree (Honors) and MBA degrees from Brigham Young University. His undergraduate studies focused on chemical engineering, which culminated in a thesis on supercritical water oxidation. He has done extensive research on TLC and LC since his days as an undergraduate in the labs of Dr. Steven Flemming. Andrew is the author, inventor or co-inventor of several scientific papers and issued/pending patents.