Adaptive Methods Inks Option to License Biosensor Tech from UNM, Sandia Labs | GenomeWeb

Sensor system manufacturer Adaptive Methods said last week that it has inked an option agreement for biosensor technology co-invented by researchers at the University of New Mexico's Health Sciences Center and Sandia National Labs.

Under the agreement, Adaptive Methods may now obtain an exclusive, worldwide license to manufacture and sell products incorporating the biosensor technology, which enables the detection of bio-agents such as bacteria, viruses, and toxins at low levels and in near-real time.

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