Scientists from the University of Texas and Penn State University think they have found the key to solving the world’s freshwater problem.
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According to scientists, the legume's high protein content makes it a better source of food than maize or cassava which are commonly eaten in Africa.
The shelf life of a product is defined as the practical time that it remains desirable to consumers.
Application note: A protocol for the use of Nalgene Analytical Filter Funnels and Cellulose Nitrate Membranes in recovery of microorganisms during environmental and/or quality testing
Filtration is a common practice in water quality and/or food and beverage testing. The critical considerations when establishing a filtration protocol are flow rate of the liquid tested and microbial recovery rate.
In a recent webinar, MilliporeSigma discussed the potential impact of water quality on laboratory results and gave advice on how to select the most appropriate water solution to answer each laboratory’s specific requirements. Here are the highlights…
As of 14 August 2020, a total of 690 Cyclospora cayetanensis illness cases have been reported across 13 states.
Historically, coal-fired power plants were the largest source of reactive sulphur, but this has now been replaced with cropland agriculture.
The method uses ultra-sound assisted cloud-point extraction and dispersive micro-solid phase extraction to quickly identify trace metals in some vegetables and water.
PepsiCo's Chris Daly discusses how the multinational food and beverage corporation is finding innovative ways to tackle long-term sustainability challenges and create more environmentally-friendly processes.
This advertorial from Merck explores how the removal of contaminants from water is of paramount importance for the preparation of culture media.
With OPTIBAR PM 3050, KROHNE introduces a new compact pressure transmitter for pressure and level applications with 2-wire 4…20mA HART communication. It aims at general applications in the food & beverage, water & wastewater, iron & steel, OEM/ Automation and other process industries.
LGMA has a set out a series of new practices and and standards being carried out to ensure the food safety of leafy greens and to prevent future pathogenic outbreaks.
To achieve this goal, the company is investing in renewable energy efforts to support the company’s environmental objectives.