Our mission is to streamline the forensic analysis of biological stains by creating a universal nondestructive method for detection, identification and analysis of all main body fluids.
Founded in 2019, SupreMEtric LLC is a small business developing novel methods for forensic applications based on laser spectroscopy and advanced statistics.
How We Began:
This novel technology was originally developed in Dr. Lednev’s research laboratory at the University at Albany, SUNY under the financial support from the National Institute of Justice through the "Research and Development in Forensic Science for Criminal Justice Purposes" Program.
Our Current Partners:
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STTR Phase I Grant: Body fluid identification for forensic purposes using Raman spectroscopy
SupreMEtric LLC received an NSF STTR grant to commercialize our patented universal method for the identification of body fluid stains for forensic purposes.
SupreMEtric Wins $25,000 TAF Award at SUNY Startup Summer School (S4) Demo Day
The S4 Class of 2022 Demo Day program and competition was designed to showcase the most promising technologies and startups being developed by participants representing 174 SUNY students, faculty, and staff in emerging technologies fields.
Spectroscopy goes from lab to crime scene:
UAlbany startup developing crime scene analyzation tech:
Forensic Chemist’s Start-Up Receives Support from the National Science Foundation:
Raman spectroscopy breakthroughs make CSI real: