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Tales of a Startup: Grolltex

New scientific literature shows a robust capability for a graphene-based sensor to detect the COVID-19 virus, by providing sensing information in three ways; through the presence of the virus in the virus protein, through detecting antibodies and through the DNA of the virus itself.

A local Triton founded bio sensor startup is harnessing the power of graphene, an incredibly sensitive biosensing material that we will soon see replace silicon and other elements employed today for the use cases of tomorrow.

Check out our latest Q&A with Grolltex’s CEO, Jeffrey Draa on their fight against COVID-19.

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