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Behind the Science, S2 Ep9: Gareth Cleland on how to tell if basmati rice is authentic

Video   Dec 15, 2017

 

Is it basmati rice? Or not? That's the question Jen has for principal scientist Gareth Cleland. Gareth discusses his analytical workflow for detecting adulterated foods, and how mass spectrometry and informatics are used together in both research and routine authenticity studies. Here's the application note: http://bit.ly/2uP26X9

 
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