1. Strella Biotechnology develops a single-use, sweat-based biosensor that monitors hydration levels for individuals who engage in physical work or sports and pivoted to food ripeness detection.
  2. Aryballe: This company develops biosensors that can detect and recognize a large number of odors, including those present in sweat.
  3. Paperdrop Dx: Paperdrop Dx develops paper-based biosensors for the rapid diagnosis of critical diseases, including those detectable in sweat
  4. InnovoGENE Biosciences: This Canadian startup develops aptamer-based biosensors for diagnosis, including those that recognize pathogens in sweat- website down.
  5. Nix Biosensors creates inexpensive, single-use wearable biosensors for monitoring hydration levels, particularly targeting athletes.
  6. Kenzen: Kenzen’s ECHO™ Smart Patch is a wearable device that analyzes critical biomarkers in sweat to improve health and performance.
  7. Xsensio: Xsensio develops the Lab-on-Skin™ sensing platform, which relies on sweat to measure various biomarkers for next-gen wearables. It is also developing interstitial fluid biochemical analysis capabilities.
  8. EnLiSense: EnLiSense has developed a skin sweat sensor that can measure cytokine levels continuously for up to 168 hours, with applications in health monitoring and disease management
  9. Persperiontech.com

Devices from Rodgers Research Group

Wei Gao Group : A wearable aptamer nanobiosensor for non-invasive female hormone monitoring | Nature Nanotechnology

NFC-Powered Sweat Biosensor for Glucose and Lactate – Technical Articles (allaboutcircuits.com)