Sensors & Transducers Journal and Magazine:
Broad-Range Bacterial Capture from Fluid-Samples: Implications for Amplification-Free Contamination Detection
The test not only generates results in short order, it also offers handheld convenience and a high degree of accuracy. By making such a test available, Fluid-Screen hopes to shake up the bacterial testing industry.
A project that began in a Yale classroom has since grown into a thriving and ambitious startup that promises to revolutionize the nanotechnology industry and change how we test potentially contaminated water.
Our technology takes 30 minutes and can be done onsite.
Weber is the founder of Yale University-startup called Fluid-Screen, which has developed the world’s first portable biosensor capable of detecting bacteria in water and blood, quickly and cheaply.
Fluid-Screen is a startup venture, which makes the world a safer place by enabling rapid bacterial detection from fluid samples.
FluidScreen seeks to distribute biotechnology that can detect bacteria in liquids within a period of 30 minutes
Fluid-Screen (...) brings the functionality of a lab to a small portable device that fits in the palm of your hand