Sona’s mission is simple: to introduce the world to reliable, robust, CTAB-free, bio-friendly gold nanorods.
Our vision is to produce innovative, market-leading products that will:
Our products will enable a multitude of life sciences applications such as photothermal medical treatments and procedures, as well as a host of other in-vivo and in-vitro applications.
In addition, our patent-pending synthesis methodologies will allow us to also have gold nanorod products ideally suited for diagnostic test product developers.
Sona’s gold nanorods exhibit characteristics including increased sensitivity, varied colour results, tunable aspect ratios, long-term stability, facile bioconjugation, and improved shelf life.
We look forward to speaking with investors, researchers and businesses across the world about the exciting potential of our products.
Gold Nanorods and their Applications
Dr. Seb Leaper, Dr. Ahmed Abdelkarim
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