The Cybertongue® Company

Do you have concerns about the shelf-life of UHT-milk?

We can help.

Failures in meeting shelf-life expectations for UHT-milk due to proteases is a major concern and regular problem for UHT processors globally.

PPB TechnologyTM has developed the first practical solution to detect problems associated with proteases. We can now measure problem levels of protease in raw milk supply as an external testing service .

CYBERTONGUE® sources ultrasensitive and specific biosensors from nature and combines them with cutting edge microfluidic and photonic technologies, delivering laboratory quality results in minutes.

The CYBERTONGUE® Company

Our vision is to provide customers with the means to generate their own laboratory quality test results on the spot within minutes. This is revolutionary for food processing, farm production, pharmaceutical and cosmetic production, animal health, environmental testing, and food safety industries.

Developed in partnership with the CSIRO, CYBERTONGUE® has the potential to make this vision a reality. Register your interest today.

How It Works

CYBERTONGUE® can measure a range of low-level components in complex liquid samples. Current applications include residual lactose in “lactose free” milk and proteases in raw milk supply. This can answer in minutes questions that, in some cases, would take ten days to answer using current testing methods.

We can test raw milk or finished product samples for protease levels and/or lactose levels in-house. After receiving samples, we will send you the analysis results within one week and we will explain what those results mean.

The technology is protected by several granted and pending patents, and is currently being expanded to detect a range of other targets including: allergens, hormones, toxins, antibiotics and biomarkers of animal and human diseases.

We tailor solutions to inform real-time decision making across:

Food Processing

Safety & compliance, shelf-life, provenance, nutritional value

Agriculture

Real time tests for productivity, quality, profitability and health

Other Manufacturing Industries

Precise, real time analysis for process control and optimisation

Human Health

Point of care tests for diagnosis and patient stratification

Team

PPB Technology is an Australian startup founded by Dr Stephen Trowell, who led the development of CYBERTONGUE® whilst at CSIRO.

See Team

The Core PPB Technology Team: (L to R) Stephen Trowell, Felix Weihs, Jennifer Loughman

News

Demonstration video of the CYBERTONGUE® Device in use

PPB Technology has recently completed new instructional videos to support our CYBERTONGUE® trace lactose test.

PPB Technology featured on The RiotACT

PPB Technology Pty Ltd was one of three ACT start up businesses featured in a recent article by Sharon Kelley in RiotACT.

PPB Technology hires Science and Operations lead

Felix Weihs joined PPB Technology in February to lead the development of PPB Technology's products and operations.

PPB Technology joins the 2020 Griffin Accelerator

PPB Technology is part of the 2020 Griffin Accelerator Cohort.

CYBERTONGUE® Trace Lactose Test

PPB Technology's CYBERTONGUE® Trace Lactose Test measures accurately in plain, coloured and flavoured dairy products.

Going Global - PPB Technology at SWITCH in Singapore

PPB Technology was awarded the "Going Global" prize at Tech23 2019.

PPB Technology at Tech23

PPB Technology is excited to announce that our founder will be pitching the company as part of Tech23 in Sydney 23 October 2019.

Canberra Innovation Network

PPB are excited to be a part of the Successful Grant Recipients for 2018-19: Round 1.

ON Innovation by CSIRO

An esky-sized on the go lab quality molecule testing device.

WIN NEWS

PPB’s Founder, Stephen Trowell, was featured tonight in a short WIN News ACT segment on innovation.

PPB Technology's dairy diagnostic tests

PPB Technology and its dairy diagnostics tests were featured on farmonline.

News Archive

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