What we do

Biology currently lacks quantitative principles that allow for novel types of experimentation that reveal how fundamental principles are selected through evolution. The development of DynOMICS was rooted in this knowledge gap. We seek to apply those missing quantitative principles in the hope of increasing our understanding of how complex biological systems operate. Furthermore, using the DynOMICS technology, we hope to augment the suite of commercially sensors currently available in various market sectors. 


What We've Achieved

  • Integrated state-of-the-art techniques in synthetic biology, microfluidics, and computational classification algorithms to develop a field-deployable biosensor, which can directly monitor an input stream of natural water and report on toxin content in real-time.