LabSys has been servicing government, industry, and university collaborators since 2009.  Located in Michigan, the company is surrounded by abundant R&D resources. LabSys has access to facilities of world-class universities such as the Lurie Nanofabrication Facility, the University of Michigan Electron Microbeam Analysis Laboratory, and the Composite Materials and Structures Center at Michigan State University. LabSys scientists and engineers are endowed with unique capabilities in microelectronics, microfabrication, and life sciences to deliver our customers unmatched integral solutions. We have built a strong bonding with the academic knowledge pool, and with the industry to transfer knowledge to economic growth. Example projects the LabSys has participated in include:

  • “High-Temperature Superconductor Circuit Integration with CMOS Electronics on Sapphire,” sponsored by the Navy Research Lab.
  • “Development of an Inexpensive, Rapid and Highly Sensitive Perchlorate Nanobiosensor,” sponsored by USDA.
  • “Bio-Inspired Dry Adhesives”, sponsored by the Department of Defense.
  • “Magnetoresistive Sensor Development for Non-Destructive Evaluation,” sponsored by the Air Force Research Lab.

Since 2018, LabSys has revamped the business by developing innovative sensors. Our projects are supported by the National Science Foundation and the National Institute of Health.