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BIOPIX-T

BIOPIX DNA TECHNOLOGY P.C. (BIOPIX-T) is a certified manufacturer of medical devices, founded in 2019 with the aim to revolutionize molecular diagnostics at the Point-Of-Care and Home-Testing environments.

The flagship product of BIOPIX-T is a molecular diagnostic device branded as Pebble; a portable device for performing real-time colorimetric LAMP (qcLAMP).  Pebble was created using three-dimensional (3D) additive manufacturing technology and operates via a smartphone application. The device can be used to extract rapidly quantitative information at a wide dynamic range of RNA or DNA templates while detection can occur from purified nucleic acids or directly from crude samples. Pebble offers simplicity in operation; attractive size and style; minimum maintenance cost; simple and inexpensive manufacturing.

BIOPIX-T Mission: To offer portable diagnostic devices to every potential end-user, regardless of financial status, geographical location, and training. Doctors, healthcare providers and patients in both the developed and developing countries will benefit equally from our technology.

Contact

George Papadakis
CEO

100 N. Plastira str. (Science and Technology Park of Crete), GR 70013, Voutes, Greece

info@biopix-t.com

+30 2810 391985

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Evangelia Gralista

Web Design Internship

Evangelia Gralista from Trikala,Greece is in her senior year at University of Patras in the department of mathematics. She is currently working as a web design intern at Patras Science Park (PSP).

Vicky Tomara

Development Director

Vicky studied Business Administration at Athens University of Economics and Business and she got a M.B.A. from University of Patras. Her experience and background focus on supporting businesses-academia partnerships. Especially, she has been primarily activated in innovation supporting tools, while she worked in the past as an economist and research project manager in the industry. She has a good knowledge of the Greek innovation ecosystem actors, including academia, research institutes, regional and central governmental organizations, entrepreneurs and industry. She contributed to the launch and development of the Innovation and Technology Transfer Office of the University of Patras where she served as a Technology Transfer Consultant for 4 years. She acted as the principal organizational officer on behalf of the University of Patras for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Patras IQ Innovation Exhibition. Also, she contributed to the launch and development of the Technology Transfer Office of Patras Science Park and she involved in the building of the collaborative network between both CERN procurement and CERN Technology Transfer Group with the Greek start up community & enterprises. She is currently the Development Director in Patras Science Park, she is member of the Advisory Board of the Proof of Concept and she participates in the selection committee in various regional innovation competitions.