Universal Optofluidic Chip for Ultra-Sensitive Raman Analysis of Liquid

Organization: 

University of Toronto (Photonics Group), Ontario, CA

I.P. Brief: 

This technology utilizes novel fluidic chips to expand the liquid analysis capability of expensive Raman systems used to obtain fingerprints of materials. This low-cost chip can increase the system sensitivity by 1000 times while reducing the analysis volume by at least 1000 times, enabling analysis of many biomaterials.

Keywords: 

Raman Instruments, Drug, vaccine and nanoparticles development and Manufacturing

Primary Industry: 

Medical, Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care

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