Your Biomedical Industrial Partner

A nanotechnology company

We are a nanotechnology company that specializes in the development and manufacturing of innovative and unique nano-dispersions.

Our core expertise relies in nanomaterials consisting in inorganic nanoparticles dispersed in liquids.

The different inorganic parts we have been developing since inception convey sought critical properties (e.g. radiopacity, refractive index enhancement, wear resistance) while their nanosized structures preserve a very high level of transparency and increase their activity when high specific surface areas are at stake.

Our products are currently used in the biomedical (dental and orthopedic), catalysis, ceramics and 3D-printing sectors.

Mathym is being part of Baikowski group since September 30, 2019.


700 dedicated to manufacturing and R&D activities

1 versatile manufacturing line

10+ nanomaterials under development

5 patent families

2019 Baikowski acquired Mathym

ISO 9001 Quality management system

Innovative colloidal solutions

The use of nanomaterials at an industrial stage is increasing but still remains limited in regard to the potential benefits brought.

Indeed, industrial players are to some extent reluctant to use existing nanomaterials consisting uniquely of nanopowders. 

Mathym provides its partners with risk-free and fully compatible nano-dispersions that bring sought critical properties.

Radiopacity, mechanical properties, refractive index matching, highly-active catalysts are examples of properties that garner important attention.

  • Nanoparticle YbF3, ZrO2, CaF2 and others under development
  • Functionalization to ensure a steady and homogeneous dispersion of nanoparticles in liquids
  • Liquid of dispersion H2O, acetone, monomers, polymers

Why using our colloids?

Nanopowders Handling risks Volatility and inhalation risks Non-optimal in-resindispersion Micrometric agglomerates formation Growing regulatory constraints Focusing on nanopowders

Mathym Risk-free nanomaterials Liquid form Nanoparticles already dispersed in resins Stable and homogenous dispersion in desired media STEADY REGULATORY CONSTRAINTS Considered as a chemical raw material

Our materials

YbF3 20, 40 & 60 nm
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ZrO2 3 - 90 nm
High refractive index,
radiopacifier and
mechanical properties
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YSZ 5 - 20 nm
Translucent ceramic
mechanical properties
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CaF2 10 & 20 nm
Low refractice index
and remineralization
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HAP 20*40 -70 nm
Bioactive coating,
bone regrowth and
3D-printing feedstock
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ZnO 40 - 60 nm
antibacterial and
bioactive coating
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Our news

Mathym at the Photonics Online Meetings - December 3rd Pour photonics, qq chose du genre : Mathym will attend the Photonics Online Meetings organized on December 3rd by Photonics France. It... Read more

Mathym recrute un(e) Technicien(ne) Chimiste Recherche et Développement Mathym – Contexte Mathym est une jeune entreprise innovante et dynamique du secteur des nanomatériaux, spécialisée dans le... Read more

Baikowski® confirms its acquisition of Mathym® As all the conditions precedent have been met, Baikowski® hereby confirms its acquisition of Mathym SAS, a company with which it... Read more

Meet us at the European Coatings Show 2019 in Nuremberg Julien Alberici, the CEO of Mathym, and Karine Landry, COO at Mathym, will attend the European Coatings Show 2019 exhibition to be held in... Read more

Meet us at IDS 2019 in Cologne Our team will attend the IDS 2019 exhibition to be held in Cologne, 12 - 16 March 2019. More information... Read more

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Mathym’s headquarters

22, rue des Aulnes
F69410 Champagne-au-Mont-d’Or

Tel: +33 (0)4 78 83 72 93

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