Quantum Manipulation & Sensing in Biofluids

Method to trap and identify biological targets in fluid via quantum phenomena generated by proprietary nanogap electrodes.

On-Chip Format

Proprietary nanofabrication techniques.

Chip smaller than 1 cm2.

Roadmap to full point-of-care.

Moore's Law Scalability

Increasing amount of independent sensors per chip surface area.

Large multiplexing ability.


Our platform technology is based on nanogap electrodes generating quantum phenomena in biofluids to deliver a novel detection approach for bioactive disease target .

Quantum manipulation in biofluids

The geometry of our nanogap electrodes is structured in a way to create a “sink effect” that can attract specific targets into the nanogap within seconds under certain conditions.

Illustration of nanogap "sink effect"

Activation & Sensing

Once the target is trapped in the nanogap, we “activate” it so that it enables electrons to flow much more easily. This induces classical and non-classical electron transport that we can measure.

Illustration of side view of nanogap

Illustration of nanogap from above

Moore's Law Scalability

We can stack a large number of nanosensors together in a small chip surface area thanks to proprietary nanofabrication methods.

It follows that there is great multiplexing-ability for very high-resolution quantification of disease markers in a chip format.

Illustration of  nanogaps scaled on chip



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