Breezing, an ASU spin-off co-founded by the BB center's N.J. Tao and Erica Forzani, launched the world's first portable metabolism monitor that can analyze and track an individual’s metabolism and use that information to provide diet and exercise recommendations for maintaining or reaching a healthy weight.
The BB center has more than 4,000 sq. ft. of space dedicated to health, chemical and environmental sensor research.
Electronics applications involving semiconductor research can be examined with probe stations available in the center.
Custom manufactured microfluidic plastic channels and chambers can be manufactured on site.