Our team has been at the cutting edge of biosensor research for years. See a few of our publications for an in-depth look at our approach and technology.

Press Release

July 06, 2020

The company announces its Point of Care product which can distinguish between viral and bacterial infection using biofluids. Lab test with synthetic virus shows results with high sensitivity and specificity. The company plans to partner with local Connecticut small businesses and smaller universities in screening employees and students for potential infection.

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Bionanosensor Detection of Bacterial Pathogens in Food

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Oct. 2, 2018 at 9am

Explores the breakthrough of the Dynamic Thermal Imaging Material (DTIM) and how it improves the reliability, sensitivity, and response of the measuring system.

Nanobiosensor RNA Detection

Feb. 21, 2019 at 11am

Proving that the hybridization of RNA and non-hybridization of RNA sequences can be detected by using carbon nanotubes and graphene

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Rapid Point-of-Care Bionanosensor for Detecting DNA/RNA Viruses

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Mar. 20, 2019 at 1pm

Demonstrating the development of a Carbon Nanotube (CNT) & Graphene based Bionanosensor that performs rapid and direct detection of specific nucleic acid sequences, particularly RNA, in a few minutes.

Ultra-sensitive Point Of Care Biosensor for Detecting Pathogens

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May 24, 2019 at 11am

In this paper we study the sensitivity in the detection of e-coli using a patented Bionanosensor. The total testing time using this sensor is 10-20 minutes. We also compare and contrast this sensitivity data with tests performed by the traditional method ( q-PCR).