Universal Optofluidic Chip for Ultra-Sensitive Raman Analysis of Liquid


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.


Raman Instruments, Drug, vaccine and nanoparticles development and Manufacturing

Primary Industry: 

Medical, Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care

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