The Genome Sensor™

When you want to know something about the world, you google it. While these luxuries are at our fingertips, finding out information about our own genetics is not as accessible – we are going to change that.

The Genome Sensor is the first of its kind that can google genomes for genetic mutations of interest. Powered by Cardea graphene biosensors and CRISPR-Chip™ technology, the Genome Sensor unlocks endless possibilities.

Watch CRISPR work in a way you have never seen before. By using the power of thousands of CRISPR-dCas9 molecules, the Genome Sensor enables faster, affordable, and more accurate readings of genetic data right on your work bench.
Genome Sensor uses graphene biosensor chips

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Connect CRISPR-Chip to the Genome Sensor

Genome Sensor needs no amplifications for sequencing

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Run the Assay

Get immediate answers with the Genome Sensor

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Prompt the Software

Get immediate answers with the Genome Sensor

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Get the Results

Want to learn more about the world’s first DNA search engine and its capabilities? View the poster we presented at Advances in Genome Biology and Technology (AGBT) Precision Health 2019 here:

The Early Access Program is Here

Want to be among the first to google a genome? We’re looking for scientists located in Southern California with an interest in testing out our innovative technology.

Program Benefits

  • Get exclusive access to the world’s first DNA Search Engine and be among the first to google a genome
  • Tour the Nanosens facilities, meet the team, and run a Genome Sensor assay
  • Provide valuable feedback to our product development team

Early Access Program Application

The program is open to local companies/institutes or to those whose travel plans bring you to San Diego, CA.