ACCELERATING DEVELOPMENT OF SOLID-STATE NANOPORE
RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGIES
Research tools and solutions to enable your
solid-state nanopore applications
Our instruments are small, easy to use systems for rapid, inexpensive, and automated fabrication and experimentation with precisely-sized solid-state nanopores for use in a variety of life and health sciences research.
Our digital signal processing and analysis tools simplify and accelerate data analysis, giving you access to a powerful suite of tools designed specifically with nanopore research in mind.
Have an application in mind that isn’t already supported by our existing products? Reach out and we can discuss customized hardware and software to enable your vision.
Our tools completely automate the fabrication process, allowing you to make and quality control nanopores with the push of a button.
AFFORDABLE AND ACCESSIBLE
Our instruments deliver functional nanopores for a fraction of the cost and effort of other methods.
Our optimized protocols deliver nanopores with sizes in the 1-30 nm range automatically, with sub-nm precision.
BUILT BY NANOPORE RESEARCHERS, FOR NANOPORE RESEARCHERS
Our tools are built on more than thirty combined years of first-hand experience making and using solid-state nanopores. They are designed to deal with all of the challenges of nanopore fabrication for you, so that you can stop worrying about making useful pores and start focusing on the research that actually matters.
BUILDING THE FUTURE
Northern Nanopore is developing a complete suite of nanopore research tools, including a multi-channel platform for fabrication and sensing, and AI-based data analytics software to increase the throughput of your research and the pace of your discoveries.
FUNDAMENTAL NANOPORE RESEARCH
Solid-state nanopores can be used to study the transport of fluids and ions, sense DNA, RNA, proteins, investigate biomimetic systems, and much more.
The digital health revolution is coming, and solid-state nanopores will be the basis for disruption of medical diagnostics and DNA sequencing.
Solid-state nanopores will read data off of polymers like DNA, forming the basis for the next generation of long-term information storage infrastructure.