Spectradyne is a world leader in the microfluidic measurement of nanoparticles. Spectradyne’s mission is to improve the safety and efficacy of nanotechnology-related applications by analyzing nanoparticle mixtures with unprecedented resolution. Nanoparticle analysis using resistive pulse sensing avoids many of the difficulties associated with DLS and optical tracking. As a result, Spectradyne is able to use its instruments to take interesting and thought-provoking data on nanoparticles in "every day" circumstances. A recent example is Spectradyne’s measurements comparing Japanese saké and Korean soju, which provides an interesting "nanoview" on these popular beverages.
Graduated in 2018
Location: Torrance, CA