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We aim to have near-term impact in the world by developing groundbreaking bioinspired technologies, ranging from novel devices and materials to high-value therapeutics and diagnostics, that are translated into commercial products and solutions. If you are interested in any of these technologies, please contact us.

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Extracellular Vesicles for Biomarker Detection
Extracellular Vesicles for Biomarker Detection

A non-invasive method to identify biomarkers of disease across cell types and develop diagnostics and monitoring systems.

Little diabetic boy taking blood sample at home. World Diabetes Day, November 14
Instrument-Free Molecular Diagnostics

A synthetic biology-based molecular diagnostics platform that enables the creation of low-cost, highly accurate tests for non-clinical settings.

Dark smoke comming from the chimneys of an old factory.
Catalytic Materials: Cheaper, Better Air Purification for a Healthier World

Our catalytic materials are inspired by the nanostructure of butterfly wings and enable affordable air purification for a variety of applications.

Lactation Biologics: Increasing Milk Production for Healthier Babies
Lactation Biologics: Increasing Milk Production for Healthier Babies

Lactation Biologics is developing a long-lasting, self-injectable treatment to help nursing mothers feed their babies naturally, helping them get the best nutrition possible in the face of climate disasters and supply chain disruptions.

DNA Nanostructures for Drug Delivery
DNA Nanostructures for Drug Delivery

Researchers at the Wyss Institute have developed two methods for building arbitrarily shaped nanostructures using DNA, with a focus on translating the technology towards nanofabrication and drug delivery applications. One proprietary nanofabrication technique, called “DNA-brick self-assembly,” uses short, synthetic strands of DNA that work like interlocking Lego® bricks. It capitalizes on the ability to program...

Passive Directional Valve Technology: Towards More User-friendly and Accessible Microfluidic Devices for Diagnostic and Research Applications
Passive Directional Valve Technology: Towards More User-friendly and Accessible Microfluidic Devices for Diagnostic and Research Applications

Passive directional valves enable smaller and more complex microfluidics applications across of broad spectrum of future technologies, including diagnostics, drug development, and tissue engineering.

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