A DNA-sensing chip for detection of infectious disease DNA markers in aquatic systems.
Über das Projekt
Identification and detection of harmful pathogens in water or fish enables the monitoring of health conditions of aquatic life. To this end, a biosensing platform is being developed capable of detecting genetic material, with an ultra-sensitive photonic sensor at its core. Using low-cost integrated biochips to detect disease-specific biomarkers, this system offers an affordable way to prevent significant economic losses, thereby maintaining sustainable aquacultures.
Qurin Diagnostics BV
Floris van den Brink, PhD
Phone +31 6 4216 1878
The INTERREG VA project “ROCKET Reloaded – RegiOnal Collaboration on Key Enabling Technologies” has successfully supported numerous industry-driven innovation projects in the field of key technologies such as nanotechnology, microsystem technology, micro- and nanoelectronics, advanced materials as well as photonics.