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Use of Living Human Cells to Sense and Monitor Airborne Pollutants and Other Chemicals That May Impact Human Health

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Award date: 
Dec 12, 2012
Award amount: 
$50,000
Organization name: 
Biodeptronix
Principal Investigator: 
Price, Christopher H.
Grant program category: 
Business Financing
Grant program name: 
Company Inception Loan
Region: 
Research Triangle

Biodeptronix is developing a portable air quality monitoring instrument that uses living human lung cells to measure the effects of airborne pollutants. This instrument will be used for air quality research and to measure air quality in urban, industrial, and other environments. The Company Inception Loan will be used to position Biodeptronix for commercial launch of its first product.
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Fiscal year: 
2013