Leading the way in innovative biotechnologies for health and life sciences.

Unparalleled Technology

Photothermal heating, our core technology, enables us to generate heat and control temperature utilizing optical thin film to efficiently convert light to heat.
Photonic PCR is a life-science application of the Photothermal heating technology that creates unparalleled benefits in biological and clinical research.

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Light absorption into the optical thin film

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PCR Reaction Chamber

PCR Reaction Chamber

Atoms of Optical Material

Atoms of Optical Material

Optical Thin Film

Optical Thin Film


Phonon vibration

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Heat generation and transfer

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Heat dissipation through thin film and cooling

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    Ultrafast Time-to-Result

    Thanks to the low heat capacity of the optical thin film, we can realize ultrafast PCR thermal cycling that finishes 40 cycles less than 10 minutes while ensuring the same level of sensitivity of conventional PCR systems.

  • magnify

    Superior Performance

    In addition to the fast PCR thermal cycling, the precise temperature control capability of our technology allows us to reduce non-specific amplification and PCR amplification errors that help us to look for a needle in a haystack.

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    Robust System Architecture

    Unique features of Photothermal heating including non-contact heat generation, direct heat transfer from optical thin film to PCR solutions, and localized heating contribute to build simple and robust structure of the system and consumables.

Our Products

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Infectious Disease Diagnostics

We provide diagnostic tools that put the “quality” in quality care. Our diagnostic systems enable physicians to optimize diagnosis and treatment decision-making in the most efficient way with our PCR-based point-of-care molecular diagnostic system.

Precision Medicine

Our PCR-based single-cell multiomics system provides the advanced analytic performance and more actionable information that oncologists need to make the most informed and accurate treatment decisions.

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