XTPL and the University of Brescia have started cooperation in the biosensor industry

XTPL has started a strategic partnership with the Faculty of Information Engineering at the Italian University of Brescia in Italy (UniBs), the company said. The company and local scientists intend to cooperate for the next two years on the application of XTPL technological solutions in the field of biosensors.

The purpose of establishing strategic cooperation with UniBs is to develop an innovative method of producing new generation organic biosensors using the electronics printing technology developed by XTPL for this purpose. As part of the works, the company will provide extensive technological and substantive support in working with the technology it has developed and the Delta Printing System device. On the other hand, the DII department will provide XTPL with information on the results of its work and effects in the microproduction of printed biosensors integrated with three-dimensional, adaptable and flexible substrates. Feedback will be based on feedback received from industry partners. Reaching a new group of industrial customers will allow XTPL to enter the next segment of next-generation electronics with its technological solutions, it said.

“We have already noticed some time ago that the biosensors market may be one of the most interesting applications for the XTPL technology of printing electronics with the additive method. However, the full potential of this industry has been outlined in more detail by Professor Torricelli. Establishing this relationship allowed not only to support and accelerate research work with UniBs by selling the Delta Printing System device, but also to go a step further and decide on the joint implementation of R&D works on the implementation of the XTPL technology to the bioelectronics microproduction planned by Professor Torricelli "- said the president of XTPL Filip Granek, quoted in the release.


XTPL develops and commercializes on the global market additive technology enabling ultra-precise printing of nanomaterials. This technology will facilitate, among others production of new generation displays, intelligent glass with advanced functionalities, innovative anti-counterfeit security measures or photovoltaic panels with increased efficiency. Currently, XTPL is commercializing its technology in the first two application fields: displays and smart glass. The company's shares made their debut on the WSE main market in February 2019.

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