BioZoom Looking for Licensees, Partners
AGOURA HILLS, Calif., June 21, 2013 — Biozoom is looking for licensees or other kinds of partners for its patented mobile spectroscopy technology, the company said this week.
The company's first commercial product, a handheld scanner, is a portable device for real-time spectroscopic analysis of biomarkers, such as antioxidant levels. But the intellectual property behind the technology could have applications in optics, nanofiltration and database management, among others, Biozoom said.
"The potential of this technology is greater than one company can exploit fully," said Biozoom Chief Technology Officer Dr. Wolfgang Kocher. "We hope that our intellectual property assets can be licensed to and utilized by other companies for a myriad of commercial uses outside of the health and wellness industries."
The additional revenue from its intellectual property, such as its miniaturization of Fabry-Perot filtration, will allow it to develop new applications for its core handheld and nanoscale spectroscopy business, Biozoom said.
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