Biomimetic sensors that use artificial receptor polymers such as MIPs (molecularly imprinted polymers) offer new analytical options when antibodies are not available or desired. MIPs can be synthesized as polymers on the multi-gram scale and used with extreme pH levels or in organic solvents, i.e. under process conditions that no protein can withstand. Our research focuses on receptor polymers with energetically homogenous binding sites that bind to their target molecule in aqueous solutions. These water-compatible “monoclonal” MIPs can be used as a replacement for antibodies in sensors. We offer you objective advice and work with you to develop a realistic application scenario for biomimetic sensors.