Rapid Information, Powered by Cell-free Biology
At Stemloop, we repurpose biological sensors to empower our customers with actionable information to solve problems in biomanufacturing, environmental monitoring, and human health
Laboratory Testing Does Not Scale
Traditional laboratory testing can take weeks and cost hundreds of dollars to get results. This is due to centralized testing infrastructure that requires sample transportation, complicated equipment, and technical expertise. These high costs and time delays are unacceptable for problems that require immediate answers.
At Stemloop, we repurpose biological mechanisms to create sensors that function outside of a cell. These “cell-free” biosensors enable rapid, sensitive, and specific solutions for the detection of target analytes. In contrast to traditional methods, Stemloop’s cell-free biosensors are engineered to inform decision-making in a fraction of the time. For deployment at scale, we produce equipment-free devices for accessible and cost-effective sensing.
Our Rapid Prototyping Advantage
Our cell-free platform is designed for rapid prototyping of new sensors. We approach new projects with speed in mind, taking each project through Discovery using our robust bioinformatics pipeline. This is followed by high-throughput Characterization using cell-free systems. Finally, we utilize our world-leading Engineering expertise to utilize genetic circuitry to optimize performance, resulting in an actionable sensor.
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OUR STORY & TEAM
At Stemloop, unlocking biology’s power to sense and respond to the world’s challenges is the mission that drives our team forward.
Khalid K. Alam, Ph.D.
Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Julius Lucks, Ph.D.
Mike Jewett, Ph.D.
R Baer, Ph.D.
Kate Hildebrand, MBA
Director of Strategic Operations
Jordan Fauser, Ph.D.
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