Biosensors

Latest Innovations

PathTracker

Drs. Cunningham and Bashir have developed a novel point of care diagnostic device capable of detecting pathogen infection from a single drop of blood. A blood sample is...

Real-Time Label-Free Acoustic Sensing at High Throughput Rate

Professor Gaurav Bahl from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has developed a device that performs real-time high sensitivity acoustic sensing of flowing fluid...

Process to Measure Biomolecules on Silicon Transistors

Dr. Bashir from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has developed a process to measure biomolecules on ion sensitive field effect transistors with dry samples. This...

Identification of Methylated Proteins by use of Nanopores for Early Disease Detection

While nanopore sequencers available in the DNA sequencing industry are capable of detecting the presence of proteins in DNA strands, they are currently unable to identify...

Large Scale Parallel DNA Detection by 2D Solid-state Multi-pore Systems

A scalable device design of a dense array of multiple 2D nanopores made from nanoscale semiconductor materials to simultaneously detect multiple DNA strands and identify...

pH Tunable Quantum Dots

Dr. Smith from the University of IL has developed pH tunable Quantum Dots (QDs) that are reversible and can be controlled between pH 4.0 and 7.4. These QDs have a...

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