The startup is working towards developing a novel pocket scanner based on Raman Spectroscopy for the analysis of food , water and agricultural products. The company has received Biotechnology Ignition Grant by DBT-BIRAC, GoI
Module is a spin-off based on NCL ‘s technology created under Venture Center’s “Lab2Mkt” program. The start-up is developing affordable and innovative diagnostic devices for rapid microbial detection. The company will leverage the platform technology developed at CSIR-NCL Pune to develope quick, colorimetric, portable and reusable biosensor based on nanofibers for E.coli O157:H7 sensing and detection. The team has already demonstrated reversible thermal chromism and solvent chromism in nanofibers of PCDA/PHBV by doping ZnO nanoparticles and Color change by Biotin-Streptavidin interaction in solution phase. The company has received Biotechnology Ignition Grant by DBT-BIRAC, GoI. They have also been featured at various news media including Economic Times, Times of India and Pixr 8. Module is founded by two engineers Sachin Dubey and usman Khan both of them holding B.Tech and M.tech from University of Rajasthan, Jaipur.