Research & Development
The Research and Development Unit offers complete and innovative solutions in the field of parallel bioanalysis by applying spot based analytical technologies utilizing the company know-how in the fields of microarrays, assays development, pico- and nanoliter handling, surface functionalization, array imaging and data analysis.
SCIENION is committed to R&D with the aim of working with our customers to develop innovative products.
Partnerships play an important role in our activities and we value establishing and maintaining strong relationships with our contacts within the scientific, academic and business communities. We are engaged in several joint research projects at national and international levels, some of them publicly funded.
These cooperative projects aim to develop the next generation of technologies, applications and highly qualified products to enable better prevention, diagnosis and therapies for disease indications.
We provide leadership and opportunities in technologies and innovations as well as in accessing, managing, implementing and monitoring projects.
Below are some of the completed projects in which we were involved.
Integrated-optical detection of volatile organic compounds
Diagnostic methods to detect food pathogens
Screening of Autoimmune Diseases
Rapid detection of antibiotics in food
Detection of HLA Antibodies using Membranes
Microarrays for the evaluation of fresh-water quality
Integrated Platform for Pesticides Detection
Quantitative Surface Chemical Analsysis
Point-of-Care for Measuring Cardiac Troponin-I
Prognostic test for Acute Myocardial Infarction
Non-invasive blood test for the detection of Down syndrome
The Double Challenge
“Lab in a Hankie”
Tumor Analysis using miRNA
Optical Microring Sensor
Fast, portable and low cost PoC testing
Circulating Tumor Cells (CTC) Catching by capillaries in vivo
Array-based solutions have emerged as a viable platform for detection of pathogenic organisms in clinical and environmental samples. SCIENION technology enables the deposition of small capture molecules in reduced surfaces. Several examples of applications of sciDROP PICO proprietary technology can be found here.