Vibratess developed Sub-Terahertz resonance spectroscopy technology and innovative spectroscopic sensors to facilitate fast, optical, label-free and reagent-free, and improved molecular and cellular characterization analysis for life science applications, including but not limited to the early detection, diagnosis, prognosis and therapeutic treatment of cancers that are currently difficult, invasive and costly to detect.
Vibratess has developed Sub-Terahertz (THz) vibrational spectroscopy as a novel technique for fingerprinting biological molecules and species. Through support from DOD Vibratess LLC, has built 3 generations of sub-THz spectroscopic systems having the necessary sensitivity, spatial and spectral resolution for bio-sensing.
● Automated, simple optical spectroscopic and microscopic instrument prototypes (Systems) for fast scanning (2-30 min) at room temperature, with high sensitivity, high spectral resolution (selectivity), spatial resolution below diffraction limit ( ~150 mkm), and integrated with a microfluidic chips for characterization of less than nano-gram amounts of sample materials. User friendly Operational Software for Spectroscopy System.
● Customized THz Biosensor Working Prototypes for Specific Life Science Related Applications.
● Customized THz Sample chips for Dry and Nano-Fluidic Samples
● Microdetectors in a Customized Waveguide Housing
● User friendly Operational Software for Spectroscopy Systems
• THz Spectroscopic characterization of biological and organic materials: macromolecules, cells and microorganisms.
• Creating Experimental database for THz spectroscopic signatures from specific biological materials and objects.
• Computational modeling for prediction, verification and automated analysis of experimental spectroscopic signatures from bio-materials.
▪ Consulting services on potential applications of this new technology
1. Vibratess' spectroscopic system for scientific research in the range 310-490 GHz, Vibr-2, Figs 1, 2.
2. Advance Vibratess Spectroscopic System for scientific research, Vibr-3, with the NI USB 6281 block and Fast Fourier Transform read-out, Fig.3.
3. Affordable Spectroscopic system prototype as a research and application tool in bio-medical laboratories and hospitals, Vibr-4, Fig.4.
4. Affordable system Vibr-5 is under development for bio-medical laboratories and hospitals, includes automated samples load, cloud data transfer and storage for comparison with data base and automated analyses and diagnosis.
5. Microdetector in Vibratess' detector housing with an SMA connector.
6. Disposable chip on plastic for sample materials.