Next generation proteomic cancer detection via portable liquid biopsy

Nanogenesis

Nanogenesis

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Our platform technology was initially created for the semiconductor industry in order to keep doubling chip computing capacity at the same price every two years (in accordance with Moore's law, as this has been the case over the last 50 years).
Silicon-based materials have now reached their limits and need to be replaced by components that can maintain their critical semi-conducting properties below 10-15nm. Our breakthrough technology enables the
mass fabrication of novel devices designed to find the next generation of those materials.
Instead of incorporating nanostructures to test their semiconducting properties, we decided to integrate the smallest biomolecules (such as proteins) so that we can analyze, detect and differentiate them for medical diagnostics purposes via their unique resistance/capacitance.
Our platform technology was initially created for the semiconductor industry in order to keep doubling chip computing capacity at the same price every two years (in accordance with Moore's law, as this has been the case over the last 50 years).
Silicon-based materials have now reached their limits and need to be replaced by components that can maintain their critical semi-conducting properties below 10-15nm. Our breakthrough technology enables the
mass fabrication of novel devices designed to find the next generation of those materials.
Instead of incorporating nanostructures to test their semiconducting properties, we decided to integrate the smallest biomolecules (such as proteins) so that we can analyze, detect and differentiate them for medical diagnostics purposes via their unique resistance/capacitance.
Our platform technology was initially created for the semiconductor industry in order to keep doubling chip computing capacity at the same price every two years (in accordance with Moore's law, as this has been the case over the last 50 years).
Silicon-based materials have now reached their limits and need to be replaced by components that can maintain their critical semi-conducting properties below 10-15nm. Our breakthrough technology enables the
mass fabrication of novel devices designed to find the next generation of those materials.
Instead of incorporating nanostructures to test their semiconducting properties, we decided to integrate the smallest biomolecules (such as proteins) so that we can analyze, detect and differentiate them for medical diagnostics purposes via their unique resistance/capacitance.
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Other applications

Other applications

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There are a number of applications in the semiconductor industry that we might want to explore at a later stage in the research of
More-than-Moore technologies:
  • More-than-Moore technologies may overcome issues that ICs (Integrated Circuits) are facing to continue following Moore’s Law
  • How? By incorporating nanostructures and molecules that conserve their semiconducting properties at smaller dimensions through our nanochips
  • Or by fabricating novel devices such as molecular memories, single-electron transistors, etc.
There are a number of applications in the semiconductor industry that we might want to explore at a later stage in the research of More-than-Moore technologies:
  • More-than-Moore technologies may overcome issues that ICs (Integrated Circuits) are facing to continue following Moore’s Law
  • How? By incorporating nanostructures and molecules that conserve their semiconducting properties at smaller dimensions through our nanochips
  • Or by fabricating novel devices such as molecular memories, single-electron transistors, etc.
There are a number of applications in the semiconductor industry that we might want to explore at a later stage in the research of More-than-Moore technologies:
  • More-than-Moore technologies may overcome issues that ICs (Integrated Circuits) are facing to continue following Moore’s Law
  • How? By incorporating nanostructures and molecules that conserve their semiconducting properties at smaller dimensions through our nanochips
  • Or by fabricating novel devices such as molecular memories, single-electron transistors, etc.
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