Ionera is a spin-off project from the University of Freiburg, Germany and was founded in 2014.

Ionera is commercializing a proprietary Multielectrode Cavity Array (MECA) technology for parallel bilayer recording.

This technology has been jointly developed in the labs of Prof. Dr. Jan C. Behrends (Department of Physiology) and Prof. Dr. Jürgen Rühe (Department of Microsystems Technology) of the University of Freiburg.


Ionera is supported by: