Shrink Nanotechnologies and device manufacturer Lydall will work together to develop single-molecule detection sensors.
The two companies have entered into a technology integration and development agreement, under which Lydall will provide Shrink with its Solupore thermoplastic membrane for use in a one-year R&D project.
The project’s aim is to develop an ultra-rapid diagnostic platform that increases the sensitivity of fluorescent-based assays.
Ownership of any new intellectual property created will be based on who invents it.
Shrink Nanotechnologies CEO Mark L Baum said the company hopes to increase the flexibility and scope of these diagnostic devices.
“This new relationship with Lydall is part of our effort to turn our NanoShrink materials into viable systems used in critical point-of-care and point-of-operations products,” he said.
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