Chip platform for measuring cells’ electrophysiological activity


Analyzing the electrical activity of cells is essential in order to understand cells health. There are mainly two standard methods to measure cells electrical activity: either extracellular measurement of action potential using MicroElectrode Arrays (MEAs) or intracellular measurement of action potential using Patch Clamp technique. Our technology consists in a microlab embedded in one single biochip  enable to monitor electrical activity with unpreceded high resolution, and to study cells chemical environment.
Our solution: The solution involves a biochip embedding vertical nanoprobes and nanoFET transistors.


  • Neurology research
  • Cardiology research
  • Preclinical studies
  • Pharmaceutical studies