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Funding Opportunity for E.coli Detection Test
Published: Thursday, November 15, 2012
Last Updated: Thursday, November 15, 2012
Proposals invited for a smarter, cheaper, faster way of detecting pathogenic E.coli.
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100K Pathogen Genome Project Maps First Genomes
UC project announced that it has sequenced the genomes of its first 10 infectious microorganisms, including strains of Salmonella and Listeria.
Use of FT-IR Spectra and PCA to the Bulk Characterization of Cell Wall Residues of Fruits and Vegetables Along a Fraction Process
The study has demonstrated that discrimination between the cell wall residues of fruits and vegetables is possible with the use of FT-IR spectra analysed using the PCA method.
Waters Users’ Meeting at ASMS 2013
Register for the Waters Users’ meeting at ASMS 2013 and learn about the latest developments in Mass Spectrometry from Waters experts as we reveal our new technologies and solutions.
Thermo Scientific at ASMS 2013
Learn how scientists and researchers are transforming science by applying innovative solutions to a wide range of qualitative and quantitative applications.
Large-Scale Edible Insect Farming Needed to Ensure Global Food Security
Scientists tackle problems of feeding the ever-increasing global population and providing them with enough animal protein.
Droplet Digital™ PCR Works for GMO Quantification
A study published in the journal PLOS ONE has found that Droplet Digital PCR technology is suitable for routine analysis of genetically modified organisms in food, feed and seeds.
Iron-enriched Potatoes Could Help Tackle Anaemia, Nanoscientists' Study Suggests
NTU researchers develop a natural way of enriching potatoes with iron by engineering ‘nano-rust’ particles.
Higher Levels of Healthy Compound in Beneforté Broccoli
Field trials and genetic studies have shown that a new variety of broccoli developed by BBSRC-funded scientists reliably yields higher levels of a health-promoting compound.
In-Package Plasma Process Quickly, Effectively Kills Bacteria
Exposing packaged liquids, fruits and vegetables to an electrical field for just minutes might eliminate all traces of foodborne pathogens on those foods, according to a Purdue University study.
Forensic Scientists Recover Fingerprints from Food
Forensic scientists at the University of Abertay Dundee have recovered latent fingerprints from foods – publishing the UK’s first academic paper on this subject.
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