High-throughput AI-powered 3D nano-printed sensitive sensors with across sector use including the forward arena

X. Liu
Tao Treasures LLC DBA Nanobiofab, Maryland, United States

Poster stand number: T148

Keywords: nanosensor; high-throughput; gas sensor; pressure sensor; wearable; monitor

Nanosensors are creating new opportunities for medical simulation, wearable electronics, epidermal electronic systems, human-machine interfaces, soft robotics, and other health monitoring devices. We imagine a device that is worn on the skin, like a watch, that detects, stress, hyperglycemia, infection, and enumerable health indicators with high accuracy. In the past, nanosensor development was extremely labor-intensive and time-consuming. Nanobiofab changed this reality by combining: a) high-throughput material fabrication and b) data processing capabilities that enable high-efficient development of highly sensitive, low-cost, and reliable nanosensors. The driving strategy for the company is to build and deliver an AI-powered 3D Nano-printing synthesis and testing (AI-Nano) platform for high-throughput generation of nanomaterial libraries at a rate of 1,000,000 formulations/day with up to eight-component compositions. The compositions and nanostructures of the material libraries can be well controlled and varied. Fast identification of inexpensive and efficient smart nanosensors for health management or detection of chemical threats can be achieved via the AI-Nano platform within a few months compared to several years of exhaustive one-by-one screens. This is of great benefit as the sensors can be incorporated into small wearable devices with the potential of highly accurate detection of physiological status, disease, and or chemical threat.