Low-cost, printed chemical sensors to power the future’s lab-on-a-chip devices & distributed sensor networks — safeguarding our food, water & health.
Increasing health & environmental concerns are spurring efforts to better protect our health, food & water supplies from toxins, imbalance and biological threats. This is driving demand for low-cost, portable miniaturized monitoring systems to track important chemical changes in water, soil, and bodily fluids continuously and in real time. Existing sensor technologies are problematic due to high costs, bulky form factors & instability, making this kind of smart chemical monitoring a near impossibility.
We’ve solved this — providing robust chemical nanosensors to power the future’s smart cities, farms, analytical instruments, and wearable devices.