Scientist- Sequencing

The research and development team is currently recruiting a Scientist. Position description: Miroculus is inviting applications from molecular biologists with in-depth experience in next-generation sequencing. We are seeking a highly motivated individual who will contribute to our microfluidic-based diagnostic technology development. The scientist will oversee the next-generation sequencing processes. This »

Senior Director / VP Product Development

Miroculus provides miniaturized and automated sample-to-answer solutions for molecular diagnostics. We use a proprietary digital microfluidics (DMF) technology covered by 4 issued patents and 26 patent applications in 12 different families that enable running any nucleic acid testing protocol on a low cost cartridge. Miroculus provides miniaturized and automated sample-to-answer »

Introducing Loom

Though academic research is a slow moving and rigid process, the rate of scientific output has exploded in the last 50 years. According to Borman (2014), the contemporary scientific knowledge doubles every 9 years. In areas like healthcare, the doubling rate is as fast as every three years and expected »

Poster presentation at the Liquid Biopsy Summit

The Liquid Biopsy Summit is a symposium that took place in San Francisco between June 22-24 2016. In a “Poster Spotlight” presentation, Miroculus lead research scientist, Dr. Monika Martick, discussed what makes our platform for the detection of plasma circulating microRNAs easily deployable in the low resource setting as well »

MicroRNA Diagnostics Developer Miroculus Acquires Microfluidics Firm Kapplex

After an entire year of successful collaboration with the leading digital microfluidics company Kapplex, we took action in response to the great fit our technologies and teams and decided to become one company. Through this, Miroculus IP portfolio grows to over 20 patents in 8 different patent families. This will »

This Device Could Detect Dozens of Cancers With a Single Blood Test

"Current diagnostic methods for other cancers are invasive and expensive, so the vast majority of cancer patients never realize they might have cancer until something goes wrong with their health. By that point, in many cases, it’s already too late. That’s why a new startup, dubbed Miroculus, is »

loom.bio

Loom is an open access tool for researchers interested in microRNAs. The tool harvests the entire set of publications and establishes connections between microRNAs, genes and diseases as they are presented in literature. It is comprised of 4 micro services: 1. A listener that checks if there are any new »

Miroculus @ TED Global 2014

We presented our very first prototype at the TED Global stage in 2014. Our technology has changed dramatically but our mission and vision has not. Go to the TED site here to read more or watch it below: »

Introducing our journal club

We will be doing a journal club where Miroculus scientists will present trends in the field of molecular biology that we find exciting. »