Klearia is a spin-off born at the Laboratory for Photonics and Nanostructures (LPN-CNRS) from the discovery of an innovative technology for bonding glass microfluidic chips.
Klearia overcomes a major technological limitation by bonding at a low temperature between 100°C and 300°C. This way Klearia is able to integrate a wider range of materials and devices. For example, our exclusive and patented technology lets us develop carbon instrumentations on a chip and potentially nanostructured metallic structures.
Biology, health, environment and agribusiness are industries with great interest in the development of microfluidic sensors allowing electrochemical detection. This innovation permits a complete process to be performed inside the chip. You can find an adapted solution to your microfluidic needs through our custom made services. Klearia assiduously works to create valuable new products and processes. With our distinct expertise, Klearia aims to tackle challenges related to sustainable development of responsible chemistry and conservation of natural resources.