We develop fast and reliable antibiotic susceptibility tests

By using nanomotion technology developed we can sense the activity of single bacteria and determine resistance profiles in hours

Our technology uses chips containing graphene membrane sensors that are sensitive enough to measure the nanomotion from single bacterial cells.

We measure the nanomotion in various conditions. The amplitude of nanomotion depends on whether the cells are alive.

Large arrays of sensors are read out in parallel with our platform for various antibiotics. This provides us with a rapid antibiotic screening result.

Paper: Probing nanomotion of single bacteria with graphene drums

Nature Nanotechnology

Paper: Prospects and challenges for graphene drums as sensors of individual bacteria

Applied Physics Letters

Patent: 2D Material Detector for Activity Monitoring of Single Living Micro-Organisms and Nano-Organisms