Does CombiMatrix have a nose for new applications of its electronic microarray technology?

The Mukilteo, Wash.-based unit of Acacia Research has announced a collaboration with Cyrano Sciences, a privately held Pasadena, Calif., company.

The two companies plan to develop a chemical sensor that combines CombiMatrix’s microarray technology and Cyrano’s “nose” chip, a polymer-composite sensor that is partially based on technology developed at the California Institute of Technology.

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