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About Matrix Sensors

Matrix Sensors aims to democratize air quality sensors for a cleaner, healthier, and safer world.

Matrix Sensors Headquarters Location

10655 Roselle Street Suite 200

San Diego, California, 92121,

United States

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Matrix Sensors Patents

Matrix Sensors has filed 17 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Metal halides
  • Analytical chemistry
  • Sensors
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Sensors, Gas sensors, Analytical chemistry, Gas technologies, Physical chemistry


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Sensors, Gas sensors, Analytical chemistry, Gas technologies, Physical chemistry



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  • When was Matrix Sensors founded?

    Matrix Sensors was founded in 2006.

  • Where is Matrix Sensors's headquarters?

    Matrix Sensors's headquarters is located at 10655 Roselle Street, San Diego.

  • What is Matrix Sensors's latest funding round?

    Matrix Sensors's latest funding round is Unattributed.

  • How much did Matrix Sensors raise?

    Matrix Sensors raised a total of $1M.

  • Who are the investors of Matrix Sensors?

    Investors of Matrix Sensors include UCLA, Miramar Venture Partners and Stanford University.

  • Who are Matrix Sensors's competitors?

    Competitors of Matrix Sensors include Inotek Pharmaceuticals, IntelligentMDx, BioVidria, Helix Therapeutics, Alpha Innotech and 11 more.

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