Creating ground-breaking innovations in analytical science is our mission. Nanolyse creates simple, low-cost chemical measurement and testing sensor technologies to address global needs across industries, from water, environmental, and food to biomedical and healthcare industries.
Nanolyse Technologies Ltd was founded in 2020 following pioneering research carried out at the University of Oxford by the founders. Nanolyse created a novel proprietary process for a direct chemical speciation analysis for a variety of inorganic and organic compounds to solve challenging analytical and testing problems across many industries. Our technology is modular and scalable and aims to deskill and simplify the current analytical technologies used in testing and measuring trace elements and their species or individual organic ligands.
Serving the chemical- and bio-sensor, spectrometry and spectroscopy, and environmental testing/monitoring markets, Nanolyse is working on the development of its own Chemical Speciation Sensors (CSS) for measuring and monitoring inorganic and organic speciation of elements in demanding environments. It is now partnering with chemical sensor makers and mass spectrometry OEMs to enable them to take advantage of the unique properties of our technology and our advanced analytical nanomaterials.
Working in partnership with others, we are using our systems and analytical nanomaterial in the development of sensor devices and processes driving revolutionary technological advances in a variety of commercial applications. We are working on developing and producing the highest-quality chemical sensors, utilizing our expertise in:
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Dr. Laurene Tetard
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