Kanichi have a track record in advanced materials and methods that open the door to improved technology. Current applications include medical diagnostics, electrophysiological sensors, detection of heavy metals, and DNA sensing. Kanichi’s technology uniquely allows a number of analytes to be measured from a single sample for example hydrogen, methane, carbon monoxide, as well as ammonia in breath.
Kanichi’s electrochemical and nanomaterial technology is commercialised to support advances in other rapidly emerging application areas such as trace component detection, highly conductive functionalised inks, radio frequency identification devices, fuel cells and printed thin film batteries. These technologies result in the development of a pipeline of products in life science and wider industry sectors.