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Fera Utilizes CPS Disc Centrifuge UHR Analyzer to Study ENPs
CPS Disc Centrifuge analyzer demonstrates excellent measurement repeatability.
How Bacteria Communicate with us to Build a Special Relationship
Research is a key step in understanding how our bodies maintain a close relationship with the population of gut bacteria.
Algae Research Hope for Carbon-Negative Source of Food and Medicines
Bright pink-orange microalgae found in salt lakes and coastal waters could become a renewable source of food, plastics, health products and fuel.
Geographic Variation of Human Gut Microbes Tied to Obesity
People living in cold, northern latitudes have bacteria in their guts that may predispose them to obesity.
Laser Tool Speeds up Detection of Salmonella in Food Products
Purdue University researchers have developed a laser sensor that can identify Salmonella bacteria grown from food samples about three times faster than conventional detection methods.
New Funding to Create Healthier and Safer Food
BBSRC and the Technology Strategy Board invests £8.5M in almost 40 research projects.
Halal Meat Authenticity Testing Reassures Consumers of No Pig or Horse Contamination
New LC/MS/MS-based meat speciation method allows food testing laboratories to detect pig and horse contamination in diverse food products, with higher accuracy than existing methods.
NIAID Study Identifies Immune Sensors of Malnutrition
Leading research to understand, treat, and prevent infectious, immunologic, and allergic diseases.
New discovery Could Stimulate Plant Growth and Increase Crop Yields
Researchers at Durham University have discovered a natural mechanism in plants that could stimulate their growth even under stress and potentially lead to better crop yields.
New Compounds Discovered That are Hundreds of Times More Mutagenic
OSU researchers have discovered novel compounds found in vehicle exhaust or grilling meat.
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