Promoting our graphene and foundry services for biosensors at BIO international Convention
Excited to announce that Applied Nanolayers will be joining the European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency (EISMEA), along with 19 other European innovators, for the world’s most influential biotech event, the #BIOInternationalConvention! ANL will be showcasing the impact of their high performance graphene and foundry services for biosensors and biomedical applications.
From June 5th to June 8th, we will be part of a dynamic ecosystem of biotech visionaries, game-changing technologies, and groundbreaking discoveries. We are grateful for the chance to connect, collaborate, and contribute to the future of healthcare.
Come and meet us at the European pavilion – Booth C-1911
BIO International Convention
The Bio International Convention stands as the leading convention for biosensors and biotechnology, providing a platform to explore the latest advancements in biotech and biomedical sensors. During this convention, ANL is showcasing our high-performance graphene as a game-changer for the future of biosensors and biotechnology.
Graphene possesses exceptional properties that make it a perfect material for various (future) applications. Its high electrical conductivity and large surface area offer immense potential for enhancing biosensors and biotechnological devices.
In the field of biosensors, graphene’s conductivity enables ultra-sensitive detection of biological signals. Its large surface area allows for increased immobilization of biomolecules, improving the capture and recognition of target analytes. By integrating graphene into biosensor platforms, we can achieve higher sensitivity, faster response times, and greater accuracy in detecting biomarkers for various diseases.
Graphene’s optical properties also make it an excellent candidate for bioimaging techniques. Its high light absorption and efficient fluorescence quenching can improve the sensitivity and resolution of imaging modalities, enabling precise visualization of cellular and molecular processes.
As we gather at the Bio International Convention, we will showcase and discuss the potential of our high-performance graphene in revolutionizing biosensors and biotechnology. By harnessing its unique properties, we can pave the way for more accurate diagnostics, and advanced biomedical technologies.