Where Our Story Begins

Biosensor Pioneer

Prof. Wang’s first of many publications on the use of GMR biosensors.



Nobel Prize in Physics

The phenomenon of Giant Magnetoresistance (GMR) was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics. Initial commercialization of this technology appeared in hard disk drives.


October 2007

Early Magicians

Drs. Bryce Yao, Elaine Ng, and Jared Nesvet joined Prof. Wang’s lab to change healthcare with GMR biosensors.



Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE

Bryce, Elaine, and Prof. Wang contribute their point-of-care (POC) GMR device to win the XPRIZE Bold Epic Innovation Award with CloudDx!


April 2017

Creating MagIC

MagIC Lifescience was born.


March 2021

StartX Incubator

After several rounds of competition, MagIC joined StartX Med, an incubator from Stanford University.


April 2021

The Demo Unit

The MagChipR prototype has fluidic handling capabilities and a functional user interface.


January 2022

Forbes Technology Council

Dr. Bryce Yao, Co-founder of MagIC Lifescience has been accepted into Forbes Technology Council, an invitation-only community for world-class CIOs, CTOs, and technology executives.


February 2023

The MagChipR

Receives an updated look during its final development.

              *In development

March 2023

Forbes Technology Council Post

Using New Technology to Help Patients Create Better Patient Outcomes by Dr. Bryce Yao posted on Forbes Technology Council Post.


April, 2023

Genomeweb Article

POC Genotyping Tests Based on Electromagnetic Detection Tech Step Out from Stanford University Lab, an interview with Dr. Bryce Yao. 


April, 2023

More MagIC to come!