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Anti-Bacterial Coating for Food Industry from Cooking Oil!

News   Jul 30, 2018 | Original Story by Kendra Hunter for the University of Toronto Engineering.

 
Anti-Bacterial Coating for Food Industry from Cooking Oil!

Dr. Tarek Awad, a researcher in U of T’s Department of Materials Science & Engineering, shows two samples: at left, a stainless steel surface treated to trap simple cooking oil, and at right, an uncoated surface. The uncoated surface can accumulate food residue and encourage the growth of food-borne pathogens. Credit: Liz Do.

 
 
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