Dedicated to sustainability and food safety.
The Xibus team is committed to advancing sustainability, improving public health, and assuring safe food supply. We are a group of scientists, engineers, and business people with many decades of experience developing and commercializing nanomaterials, biomolecular systems, instrumentation, microbiology, and food sciences.
President & CEO
Matthias Oberli, PhD
Vice President & Chief Technology Officer
Director of Application Development
Extensive development experience in nanotechnology, biomaterials, and polymers at Sigilon Therapeutics and postdoc at MIT with Bob Langer and Steve Buchwald. PhD from ETH Zürich with a focus on antibody-bacteria interactions with Peter Seeberger. Passionate about team building.
Co-Founder and key developer in the originating MIT team with experience in dynamic colloid development through microfluidics for advanced optical pathogenic sensors; B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from the University at Buffalo with a passion for food and agriculture.
Engineering and systems development; B.S. Chemical Engineering at University of Groningen. Focused on fluorescent bead research and manufacturing process development.
U.S. and UK experience in food microbiology, manufacturing, and product development; MRes Food Science at Glasgow Caledonian University.
BS in molecular and cellular biology from Western Washington University, MS in food science/microbiology from Oregon State University. Managed microbiology testing/safety at Stahlbush Island Farms in Oregon. Conducted pathogen testing assay validation at the Institute for Environmental Health in Seattle WA.
30-year track record commercializing cutting-edge technologies & products for life sciences, defense, and industrial markets; building organizations; raising capital; and creating value start-ups to exit.
Technical Advisors & Collaborators
Founder of Xibus
John D. MacArthur Professor of Chemistry at MIT and the Faculty Director of the Deshpande Center for Technological Innovation. More than 350 published peer-reviewed papers and more than 50 issued/pending patents. Founder of four additional companies DyNuPol, Iptyx, PolyJoule, and C2Sense
Assistant Professor of
Assistant Professor of
Professor of Microbiology and Immunobiology at Harvard Medical School
Director at the Max-Plank Institute for Colloids and Interfaces in Potsdam
Xibus Systems is a venture-backed biotechnology startup company located in the Boston metropolitan area. The core technologies consist of exclusively licensed (MIT) engineered bio-molecules conjugated to company develop super fluorescent beads, custom growth media, and AI-based analytical software. Xibus has combined these technologies into a system that provides unprecedented speed and accuracy in the detection of pathogenic bacteria in foods and beverages.