The Nima Portable Gluten Sensor is a pocket sized lab that you can take with you to test gluten content of food. Put the food in question in a one time use capsule and two minutes later Nima will give you results.
“Designed in San Francisco by a team from MIT, Stanford, Google, and Nike. Nima brings together the best in chemistry, engineering, and design.”
Nima is being offered at a 20% discount while in pre-order
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As a Nima Pre-Order customer (I’m excited to get mine!), I get their email updates. The most recent update had some great news about Nima’s accuracy…
New Findings: Nima Accuracy Report
One of our frequently asked questions from buyers like you is around Nima’s accuracy. Since we’re still in pre-production and working toward shipping our pre-order units this fall, we are doing on-going testing of the units that come off the manufacturing line to make sure that Nima is functioning at the level we originally targeted.
At the launch of our pre-sale last October, our goal was to have Nima’s accuracy at 99.5% to detect 20 parts per million (ppm) of gluten in a food sample. We conducted a study off our latest round of test units to demonstrate its ability to consistently detect 20 ppm of gluten in a food.
The majority of tests performed as designed. Only one test in 200 incorrectly displayed a gluten-free smile result, representing a 99.5% accuracy rate. In this case, the erroneous result was caused by an internal failure. We are highly encouraged that we are able achieve the goal we initially set for Nima’s accuracy, but we know that our work is not done yet. Our full report provides more details about the methodology and results.
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