Aneeve Nanotechnologies decided on to work in the UCLA on-campus Technology Incubator Program Aneeve to build up sensors to monitor hormone levels for menopause, fertility Aneeve Nanotechnologies LLC has been selected to work in the UCLA on-campus Technology Incubator Plan at the California NanoSystems Institute. The startup organization will conduct early-stage research for the advancement of a novel hormone sensor/meter for biomedical applications in the regions of infertility and menopause contact . Aneeve has certified related carbon nanotube technology from UCLA produced by Kang Wang, a UCLA professor of electrical engineering. The technology increases hormonal detection sensitivity considerably, allowing detection beyond traditional sensors.
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