Our revolutionary nucleic acid detection technology has been developed by UCLA faculty for over 10 years.
Electronucleics was founded in 2017 by the UCLA inventors and a NASA technologist with the goal of developing low cost portable devices usable in doctors' offices and clinics everywhere.
Electronucleics has won funding competitions from several sources to conduct preclinical studies and build a laboratory prototype capable of automated technology of human samples.
We are seeking funding to expand the range of detectable pathogens, build a multiplexed commercial prototype, and navigate FDA approval.
CEO and technologist. 15 years experience in building numerous micro systems including microfluidics for Mars exploration.
Director and inventor. Chemical engineering professor at UCLA for 30 years. Associate Dean, Research and Physical Resources. Research focused on sensors and diagnostics.
Director and inventor. Professor of Bioengineering. Research focused on biophysics and biosensors.