Interfacial Solutions, the leading provider of idea-to-production contract R&D services to the plastics industry, is pleased to announce they have been recognized with the Wisconsin Business Innovation Award. Each year, the Wisconsin Business Development Organization (WBD) recognizes outstanding small businesses in the state of Wisconsin. On December 4th Interfacial Solutions’ Founder, Chairman and CTO Dr. Jeff Cernohous received the award in Madison, Wisconsin.
Dr. Cernohous noted, “I founded Interfacial Solutions because I believed innovative research and development could be done more quickly. For ten years now, Interfacial Solutions has been creating material science innovations that enable our customers to be successful and grow their businesses. During the past couple of years we have also been recognized with three National Science Foundation awards and presently we are extending our innovative materials business via a new sustainable plastic sheeting company we are launching, Magma Flooring. Each and every one of these innovations are a credit to the people in our company and the innovative and entrepreneurial culture we have developed. I am very pleased that the Wisconsin Business Development organization has chosen to recognize our efforts with the Wisconsin Business Innovation Award from more than 1700 companies who applied.”

About Interfacial Solutions LLC: Interfacial Solutions is a privately held contract research and development technology company with a proven track record of helping innovators innovate in the material science field. Located in a 42,000 square foot facility near River Falls, Wisconsin, Interfacial Solutions has a creative team of scientists possessing more than 50 issued patents and is equipped with state-of-the-art polymer testing equipment, compound and processing equipment, and production capabilities to meet a broad range of plastic
industry challenges. Additional information can be found at

About WBD: Since 1981, Wisconsin Business Development (WBD) has partnered with Wisconsin and Minnesota financial institutions and is proud to have funded more than $2 billion of community development projects, creating more than 50,000 jobs. Over the years, WBD has developed its expertise in finding solutions and strategies for small businesses looking to grow. WBD has nine offices across the state of Wisconsin and takes a personal interest in each and every customer.