In Pursuit of the Ultimate Sensor

Roswell’s molecular electronics sensor represents a fundamental advance in sensor technology, offering a view into the activity of molecules never before possible.

The binding nanosensor translates the dynamic processes of biological and chemical interactions into detectable, dynamic electrical signals with single-event resolution.

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NANOELECTRODE
Nano wire

The Roswell ME Platform™
Powered by The Molecular Electronic Sensor

By harnessing the power and scale of semiconductor chip technology, the Roswell ME Platform™ offers the unprecedented ability to link up and decode the molecules of life

DNA / RNA

PROTEINS

SMALL
MOLECULES

Molecules in time

Resolution

Observation of single-molecule events in real-time delivers the ultimate in resolution and maximum device sensitivity

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breaking barriers

Cost

Leveraging ubiquitous CMOS chip technology to realize the ultimate in low-cost manufacturing

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answers now

Speed

Electrical measurement in seconds enables testing in minutes

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devices everywhere

Size

Nano-scale sensor on chip enables ultracompact, low-power, low-cost and scalable devices

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for anyone

Simplicity

Direct electrical measurement of single molecule interactions provides simple workflows ideal for smart, connected devices

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Molecules in time

Resolution

Observation of
single-molecule events in
real-time
delivers the ultimate in resolution and maximum device sensitivity

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breaking barriers

Cost

Leveraging ubiquitous semiconductor chip technology to realize the ultimate in low-cost manufacturing

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ANSWERS NOW

Speed

Electrical measurement in seconds, enables testing in minutes

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devices everywhere

Size

Nanoscale sensor on-chip enables ultracompact, low-power, low-cost and scalable devices

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For anyone

Simplicity

Direct electrical measurement of single-molecule interactions provides simple workflows, ideal for smart, connected devices

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history lesson

The Birth
of Molecular Electronics

How does the electrical current flow through a single molecule? How can a single molecule be addressed and incorporated into an electrical circuit?

1974
Dr. Ari Aviram, IBM

Molecular Electronics
visionary

2001
SCIENCE Magazine — First Molecular
Circuit Breaktrhough

“Molecules can now be crafted into working circuits. Constructing real molecular chips will be a big challenge.”

2014
Roswell Biotechnologies, Inc. Founded

Leveraging the latest advances in nanofabrication, chip technology and molecular programing to integrate single molecules into microchips

2016

180nm CMOS
256 Sensor

Roswell develops its first Molecular Electronics chip

The Next Decade

A robust chip roadmap for drug discovery research, point-of-care testing, sequencing, digital DNA data storage and more

2020 and Beyond

180nm CMOS
16K Sensors

65nm CMOS
1M Sensors

65nm CMOS
10M Sensors