A Lab in the Palm of Your Hand?
Podcast Feb 14, 2017 | By Jack Rudd, Senior Editor at Technology Networks
Credit: Two Pore Guys
In this episode, we’ll be hearing from the team at Two Pore Guys. A California-based start-up spun out of UC Santa Cruz back in 2011.
They develop single-molecule sensing technologies that employ solid state nanopores and biochemical reagents to create a versatile sample-in, results-out detection platform.
Their first product is a handheld device that can use reagents from existing molecular or analyte diagnostic assays and deliver accuracy and sensitivity rivaling sophisticated laboratory equipment.
This is an exciting start but, is likely to be just the beginning for this revolutionary technology in terms of applications. The team is striving to create an open-systems platform on which assays can come to market on a very simple, inexpensive, and ubiquitous system that has sufficient sensitivity and workflow to meet commercial uses in a huge range of fields.
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