The test not only generates results in short order, it also offers handheld convenience and a high degree of accuracy. By making such a test available, Fluid-Screen hopes to shake up the bacterial testing industry.
— http://www.genengnews.com/gen-articles/an-in-hand-assay-is-at-hand/5821/
A project that began in a Yale classroom has since grown into a thriving and ambitious startup that promises to revolutionize the nanotechnology industry and change how we test potentially contaminated water.
— http://www.yalescientific.org/2016/08/fluid-screen-a-promising-yale-nanotechnology-startup/
Our technology takes 30 minutes and can be done onsite.
— https://itecs-innovative.com/blog/bringing-a-dream-to-reality/
Weber is the founder of Yale University-startup called Fluid-Screen, which has developed the world’s first portable biosensor capable of detecting bacteria in water and blood, quickly and cheaply.
— http://www.courant.com/hometown-heroes/hc-hometown-hero-monika-weber-20160123-story.html
Fluid-Screen is a startup venture, which makes the world a safer place by enabling rapid bacterial detection from fluid samples.
— http://www.bizjournals.com/boston/blog/startups/2015/02/these-four-boston-area-startups-will-make-it-to.html
FluidScreen seeks to distribute biotechnology that can detect bacteria in liquids within a period of 30 minutes
— http://yaledailynews.com/blog/2014/04/22/grad-students-take-25000-venture-prize/
Fluid-Screen (...) brings the functionality of a lab to a small portable device that fits in the palm of your hand
— https://www.comsol.com/sc/tracked/comsolnews2014/comsol_news_2014.pdf?activity=offers