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The detectors sniff out biogenic amines (BAs), which give decomposing meat its bad odour.
Researchers have developed detection technology that allows a typical smartphone to analyse produce for deadly foodborne pathogens.
Scientists have developed magnetic nanoparticles that can detect traces of a popular pesticide chemical in under two hours without the need for costly preparation procedures.
Technological advances are bringing regular consumer testing of food for quality and safety closer to reality. Food safety consultant François Bourdichon, and Bert Pöpping, of FOCOS, discuss the implications of consumer testing for the industry.
Scientists are developing a dual-part detection method that can search for traces of bacteria in water or food samples using a smartphone and a $30 microscope add-on.
Scientists are developing a $40 device, small enough to fit on a keychain, that can accurately test for allergens in food.
A new test, developed by Cornell University, allows accurate, rapid testing for Salmonella bacteria, one of the leading causes of food-borne illness across all regions of the world.
Sensitive and selective analysis of fipronil residues in eggs using Thermo Scientific GC-MS/MS triple quadrupole technology
Pesticides are chemicals used to protect crops and control a variety of pests such as weeds, fungi, rodents, and insects.
Back-tracing environmental toxicants in an animal-derived food chain based on food metabolomics Detecting bacteria in food: harder than searching for a needle in a haystack? Rapid detection methods for chemical hazards in foods Mass spectrometry for the food industry
When choosing an RMM for your company, there are many factors to consider. It is critical to understand exactly what your company needs in order to perform most efficiently and effectively. When these factors drive the purchase decision, you will be able to implement the best system for your company…