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.
By harnessing the power and scale of semiconductor chip technology, the Roswell ME Chip™ offers the unprecedented ability to link up and decode the molecules of life
Observation of single-molecule events in real-time delivers the ultimate in resolution and maximum device sensitivity
Leveraging ubiquitous CMOS chip technology to realize the ultimate in low-cost manufacturing
Electrical measurement in seconds enables testing in minutes
Nano-scale sensor on chip enables ultracompact, low-power, low-cost and scalable devices
Direct electrical measurement of single molecule interactions provides simple workflows ideal for smart, connected devices
single-molecule events in
real-time delivers the ultimate in resolution and maximum device sensitivity
Leveraging ubiquitous semiconductor chip technology to realize the ultimate in low-cost manufacturing
Electrical measurement in seconds, enables testing in minutes
Nanoscale sensor on-chip enables ultracompact, low-power, low-cost and scalable devices
Direct electrical measurement of single-molecule interactions provides simple workflows, ideal for smart, connected devices
How does the electrical current flow through a single molecule? How can a single molecule be addressed and incorporated into an electrical circuit?
“Molecules can now be crafted into working circuits. Constructing real molecular chips will be a big challenge.”
Leveraging the latest advances in nanofabrication, chip technology and molecular programing to integrate single molecules into microchips
Roswell develops its first Molecular Electronics chip
A robust chip roadmap for drug discovery research, point-of-care testing, sequencing, digital DNA data storage and more