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N5 Sensors Inc
Profile last edited on: 10/15/2021

Sensors and detectors for various applications
Year Founded
2012
First SBIR Year
2014
Latest SBIR Award
2021
Program Status
Active

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Location Information

9610 Medical Center Drive Suite 200
Rockville, MD 20850
   (301) 337-8314
   info@n5sensors.com
   www.n5sensors.com
Multiple Locations:   
Congressional District:   08
County:   Montgomery

Public Profile

N5 Sensors, Inc. of Rockville, MD is a University of Maryland spin-off leveraging innovations in nanoengineered materials and devices to create novel sensing and detection solutions. This new sensor technology can produce sensors whose selectivity can be precisely tuned to any small set of chemicals through the design of the nanocluster, something currently not possible with any other technology. N5 is currently commercializing a new-generation of chip-scale chemical sensor technology that can detect harmful chemicals mixed in air, such as industrial chemicals, automobile exhausts, cigarette smoke, and pollutants released from paints, cleaners, pesticides and other products. N5 is working to develop arrays of multi-analyte sensors on a single chip, which can be integrated with smart phones.

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Synopsis: Awardee Business Condition

Employee Range
10-14
Revenue Range
1M-1.5M
VC funded?
Yes
Public/Private
Privately Held
Stock Info
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IP Holdings
N/A

Awards Distribution by Agency

Key People / Management

  Abhishek Motayed -- Founder And President

  Audie M Castillo --

  Ratan Debnath -- Director, R&D

  Hyeong Jin Yun -- Semiconductor Process Engineer

  Nichole Sullivan --

  Brian Thomson -- Director of Product Engineering

  Baomei Wen -- Senior Device Engineer

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