Protecting the Food Supply Chain from Farm to Fork

Video   Oct 05, 2016

 

Dr. Oliver Lischtschenko describes how SERS and Portable Raman Spectroscopy can be used to ensure food safety and quality. Content of this presentation includes:

Motivation
Mass-Production SERS Substrates
Raman Measurements w/ Different Setups
Melamine – Increasing Protein Levels
Antibacterials in Livestock - Enrofloxacin
Application of Agents in Agriculture
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