In Brief

A simple red light on the Nima Sensor can indicate if your restaurant meal will make you sick

When you’re buying prepared food, there’s now way of telling what’s exactly in your food. Nima can put all your anxiety to rest by letting you do a two-minute test that in extreme cases might save your life.

The Nima was designed to be easy to use and to carry around. Looking more like a make-up kit than a scientific tool, it executes a complex test without the fumbling around with chemicals.

The device is made up of two main parts, (1) a disposable cartridge fits into (2) a reusable sensor that performs that assay. A simple red light can indicate allergen presence.

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