Resodyn Acoustic Mixers was featured in the February, 2020 issue of the Royal Society of Chemistry's, Chemical Science. “Simple, scalable mechanosynthesis of metal–organic frameworks using liquid-assisted ResonantAcoustic® Mixing” describes a rapid and readily scalable methodology for the mechanosynthesis of diverse metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) in the absence of milling media typically required for other types of mechanochemical syntheses is presented. Demonstrated is the use of liquid-assisted RAM methodology for the synthesis of three- and two-dimensional MOFs . . .  including a mixed ligand system. Importantly, the liquid assisted RAM approach also allowed the synthesis  that has never been previously obtained in a mechanochemical environment. Straightforward scale-up from milligrams to at least 25 grams is demonstrated.  Read the article at the Royal Society of Chemistry's website.